Tsukiyomi-no Miya (月讀宮) is Betsugu of Ise-Jingu Naiku.
*The Betsugu, is a shrine to worship the God of the deep Shougu (main shrine) and involved.
This shrine is 1.8 km from "Ise-Jingu Shrine Naiku (伊勢神宮 内宮)". It is along national road No.23.
After walking national highway No. 23, you can see the parking lot of "Tsukiyomi-no Miya (月讀宮)" and a small forest.
we will glad you when refered in sight-seeing.
There are two entrances to this shrine. This is the entrance of National Highway No. 23 side.
After going through the trees, you can see the emizuya (手水舎) and Shamusho (Shrine office).
Manner of Temizuya (手水舎)
* In this process, carried out with one dipper-full of water!!
- Put water in "Ladle" which is placed in the Temizuya.
- Holding Ladle in your right hand, wash your left hand.
- next, wash your right hand.
- Put water in the left hand and move to mouth, wash the mouth.
- Hold the Ladle vertically so remaining water runs down and clean the handle.
This is a general usage Manner.
Beyond the trees, there are four of the shrine (sanctuary).
These are few part of many 'Tsukiyomi-no Miya (月讀宮)' photos.
If you go into this area, you will feel the sacred air.
This signboard, the four shrine of the position, and, is written the order in which to pray.
If you stand here, you'll see that the change of air.
 First : Tsukiyomi-no Miya (月讀宮).
First : Tsukiyomi-no Miya.
"Tsukiyomi no mikoto (月夜見尊)", the younger brother of "Amaterasu Omikami (天照大御神)", is enshrined.
Tsukiyomi-no Miya (月讀宮) manner of pray
- Let's put a coin in the saisen box.
- Twice, bow your head and let's say a deep greeting.
- Match your hands at the chest height, clap two times, and pray to the god.
- Finally, let's bow again and say a deep greeting once.
 Second : Tsukiyomi-no Aratama-no Miya (月讀荒御魂宮).
Second : Tsukiyomi-no Aratama-no Miya. The soul of "Tsukuyomi-no Mikoto" it is a deity.
 Third : Izanagi-no Miya (伊佐奈岐宮).
Third : Izanagi-no Miya. The "Izanagi-no Mikoto" it is a deity.
 4th : Izanami-no Miya (伊佐奈弥宮).
4th : Izanami-no Miya. The "Izanami-no Mikoto" it is a deity.
If you a 'feel the mysterious power' human..., Here you will be a special experience.
*I photographed this photograph in Oct. 2015.
A lot of big stones are laid in the "Shaden (社殿)" where the four shrines lined up.
So please wear sports shoes and go out. * Probably, the heel of high shoes will be broken.
English on this page is translated from Japanese to English using the Google translation site. Sorry if there are sentences that are difficult to read.
[Mie] Tsukiyomi-no Miya - 伊勢神宮 月讀宮-
- Address : 1742-1, Nakamuracho, Ise-shi, Mie
- Phone : 0596-24-1111 (Japanese only)
- Hours : 5:00 - 18:00 (Jan -- Apr, Sep) , 5:00 - 19:00 (May -- Aug) , 5:00 - 17:00 (Oct -- Dec)
- Admission fee : free
- Access : Kintetsu-Line “Isuzugawa station (五十鈴川駅)" 10-minute walk. From Sarutahiko Jinja Shrine (猿田彦神社) a 40-minute walk.
ISE Tourist MAP (PDF) *English