Ikonahimenomikoto-jinja

Ikonahimenomikoto-jinja is a Shinto shrine in . Ikonahimenomikoto-jinja is situated in , close to .

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Railway station
Izukyū-Shimoda Station is a railway station in the city of , Japan, operated by the private railway operator Izukyū Corporation. is situated 3 km southwest of Ikonahimenomikoto-jinja. Photo: Nyao148, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Railway station
is a in the city of , , , operated by the privately owned Izu Kyūkō Line. is situated 3 km west of Ikonahimenomikoto-jinja. Photo: Nyao148, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Railway station
is a in the city of , , , operated by the privately owned Izu Kyūkō Line. is situated 4 km northwest of Ikonahimenomikoto-jinja. Photo: Nyao148, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Buddhist temple
Ryōsen-ji is a Nichiren-sect Buddhist temple in the city of , . is situated 4 km southwest of Ikonahimenomikoto-jinja. Photo: Geomr, CC BY-SA 3.0.

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is a city on the in . It is famous as the place where Commodore Matthew Perry of the U.S. Navy arrived with his "black ships" in 1853. Photo: Wikimedia, CC0.

is a national park in , , and , and western Tokyo Metropolis, . Photo: Clind, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Town
is a town located on the east coast of in , , . is situated 6 km north of Ikonahimenomikoto-jinja. Photo: Batholith, Public domain.

Ikonahimenomikoto-jinja

Latitude
34.694° or 34° 41' 38.3" north
Longitude
138.9736° or 138° 58' 25.1" east
Open Location Code
8Q6WMXVF+HF
Open­Street­Map ID
node 4438542089
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Also Known As

  • Japanese: 伊古奈比め命神社
  • Japanese: 伊古奈比咩命神社
  • Japanese: 伊古奈比咩神社
  • Japanese: 白浜神社
  • Japanese: 白濱神社

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