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寺院与神社

松尾大社

Founded in 701, this shrine is one of Japan's oldest shrines. It enshrines the deity of water, which sake-brewing families have worshipped since the Muromachi Period (hence the large stacks of sake barrels).
 
Pure spring water, designated "one of 100 best in Japan", spews from the mouth of the "Kame-no-ido" (turtle well) statue here.

寺院与神社

松尾大社

Founded in 701, this shrine is one of Japan's oldest shrines. It enshrines the deity of water, which sake-brewing families have worshipped since the Muromachi Period (hence the large stacks of sake barrels).
 
Pure spring water, designated "one of 100 best in Japan", spews from the mouth of the "Kame-no-ido" (turtle well) statue here.
交通方式
3 Arashiyama-miyamachi, Nishikyo-ku
电话
+81-75-871-5016
网站
http://www.matsunoo.or.jp/en/
入场费:
Admission to the grounds: FREE
Admission to the garden and treasure house:
(Adults 500 yen / Students 400 yen / Children 300 yen)
 
Hours: 5:00-18:00 (Hours of the garden and treasure house: 9:00 - 16:00 / Sundays&Holidays - 16:30)
 
Access: 1-minute walk from Matsuo Station on the Hankyu Arashiyama Line

Parking: Available (Reservation required for buses)