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Koma Shrine

Travel Information

Koma Shrine (高麗神社) is located in Hidaka, Saitama Prefecture. In the 8th century, the people from Korea escaped from the peninsula, and stay in this area. This shrine enshrines the king of Korea. There is a traditional house that was used to be the house of Koma clan.

Visitor's Info.
There are parking and restroom.

Access
0. at Kawagoe Station.
1. use JR Kawagoe Line to Komagawa Station.
2. walk west.


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Detailed Travel Guide

Koma Shrine
Enshrines: Komanokokishijakko, Sarutahiko no Mikoto, Takenouchinosukune no Mikoto
Reisai: 10/19

Koma Shrine is one of the oldest shrine located in Hidaka, Saitama Prefecture. Around the 8th century, escaped the royal families, novels and priests from the Korean peninsula moved this area and helped the development of this region.

-The house of Koma clan-
Constructed around the end of 16th century.