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Hakuto Shrine

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603 Hakuto, Tottori, 689-0206, Japan

Small wooden shrine with stone rabbits commemorating the Hare of Inaba, a national folk story.

hourglassDuration: 00h30min

phone+81 857-59-0047
outdoor
outdoor
free
free
24h
24h
daytime
daytime
nighttime
nighttime
traditional
traditional
temple
temples

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Jasper Yim a month ago

Came to see the bunny, saw 2 white cats around the place

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B. A. 2 months ago

Hakuto (White Rabbit) Jinja is a Shinto #Shrine in #Tottori. It is the setting of the myth of the White Rabbit of Inabane. It is one of the nicest #Shrine l have ever seen. It is believed that the Shrine's power is to relief from burns and other skin conditions. The shrine is located in a very peaceful pond in the forest with Mitarashi pond where ducks were swimming peacefully.

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Larson Productions 5 months ago

Quick stop to see the bunny. There is a restaurant and shop. They sell local coffee. Think the bathroom is 24 hours

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Rtexal Tan a year ago

This is a rather small but important shrine, one of the major love shrine in Japan. The main animal theme is Rabbit so it's also a place for rabbits lovers to visit.

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Ayako Kano 4 years ago

This is the place where the legend of the Hare of Inaba took place. The rock where the hare started to cross the waters can be seen in the distance (there is a tori-i gate on it). Recommend to go by car/taxi, otherwise take the bus that runs once in an hour.