Yuki Shrine 結城神社

A famous spot for weeping Japanese plum blossom trees in Fujikata, Tsu City, Mie Prefecture. Yuki Shrine is dedicated to Lord Yuki Munehiro , who served Emperor Godaigo, and contributed to the establishment of the “Kenmu Restoration”.

On the grounds of the shrine and in its gardens, approximately 300 “weeping Japanese plum blossom trees” and 80 Japanese plum trees of ten other varieties have been planted.
〒514-0815 津市藤方2341
Official website
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Business hours
Saturday, February 11, 2023 - Mid-March, 2023
Adults (high school students and older) 800 yen / Elementary and junior high school students 400 yen / Preschool children free
(20% discount for groups of 20 or more)
Access by public transportation
From Tsu Station to Yuki Jinja-mae bus stop by Sanko Bus bound for Yonezu, Tenpaku, or AEON MALL Tsu Minami (14 min.)
Access by car
15 minutes drive from Tsu Interchange on Ise Expressway
Parking space
Approximately 200 parking spaces

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