Inami Hachimangu Shrine

Our shrine resides in the remains of a castle area and much of the stone wall from the castle has endured to this day. The Japanese Zelkova building is on the west side of the area, and was built in 1861 by a man who raised silkworms as a thanks to his silkworms. The building is deeply tied to the historical industries of the region and Inami specifically in addition to providing a look at the architectural techniques of the time period, so we would highly recommend checking it out.

3053 Inami,Nanto-shi, Toyama-ken
15 min by car from Tonami IC
10 min walk from the Inami-chuo bus stop / KotsuHiroba bus stop
30 Cars(Inami Kotsu Hiroba parking)