Kashima Jingu, which enshrines "Takemikazuchi," which is famous for its story of national inheritance, and Katori Jingu, which also enshrines "Futsunushi". There are many Kashima shrines and Katori shrines all over the country, so these two shrines are exceptionally famous shrines. Ikisu Shrine is not as well known as the two shrines, but it is a shrine with a history of national history and an old-fashioned style. There is a well called Shinobi Shioi at the first torii gate. The scenery of the cove and the scenery of the torii gate are very nice.
The start is Sawara Station. Go through the streets of Sawara, which is designated as an important buildings preservation district of the country, to Katori Jingu. From Katori Jingu, take the Otone Cycling Road to Ikisu Shrine. It is a route to see Kashima Port and return from Kashima Jingu Station by Kashima Jingu.
Sawara Station (5 minutes) → Sawara Townscape (15 minutes) → Katori Jingu (50 minutes) → Ikisu Shrine (15 minutes) → Gonoike Ryokuchi Park (10 minutes) → Minato Park (45 minutes) → Kashima Jingu (5 minutes) Minutes) → Kashima Jingu Station
Travel time 3 hours 30 minutes (including travel time 2 hours 35 minutes)
Total time 5 hours 15 minutes