The place to worship the local Shinto deity of Zama town. It is said to have been established during Emperor Kinmei’s imperial reign (539~571). In the grounds, there is a slab with a haiku cut on it by famous bibliographer Shozo Saito, who was born in Suzuka. Also, there are flat-land houses from the Jomon period, which have been designated by the city as important cultural property.
9:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
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Odakyu Line, Zama Station