Kifune-jinja Shrine (also known as Kibune-jinja) is the main sightseeing attraction in the quaint village of Kibune.
The approach to Kifune-jinja Shrine (or Kibune-jinja Shrine) is impossibly atmospheric – a lovely flight of stone steps lined with red lanterns. The main buildings are attractive, but it’s really the setting here that makes the magic. Don’t miss this lovely little shrine as your tour the beautiful hamlet of Kibune. It’s about midway along the village.
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Name in Japanese:
180 Kurama-Kibune-cho, Sakyo-ku
Non-smoking area: Yes
5min walk from Kibune Bus Stop, Kyoto Bus 33 from Kibune-guchi Station, Eizan line
Official site (Japanese)
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Kifune-jinja Shrine is located in Kyoto’s Kurama and Kibune district. See our complete list of things to do in Kyoto’s Kurama and Kibune district, including places to eat, nightlife and places to stay.
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