|Facility summary and accessibility conditions||
It's a shrine famous for matchmaking, with the Izumo myth related Susanoono Mikoto and Inatahime, believed to be a married couple of spirits.
|Address||227 Sakusa-chō, Matsue, Shimane|
|Reception hours||9:00~17:00 (Shrine office)|
Open throughout the year
|Transportation, closest station, bus stop||
From Matsue Station by City Bus (To Yaegaki Shrine / Bus Stop 4) about 20 minutes, get off at Yaegaki Jinja (Necessary to check the schedule of low floor buses in advance) Matsue City Traffic Office: 0852-60-1111
|Bumps at the entrance||
|Bathroom entrance width||95cm(37.4in)|
|Accessible parking space||
|Multilingual information||Not available|
|Display items with multilingual explanation||Not available|
|Multilingual pamphlets||Partially available|
|Staff fluent in foreign languages||
|Audio (English) guidance||
|Wheelchair user (powered) / Male|
|Because it’s a shrine, the main shrine has stairs.
So it was impossible to go up in a wheelchair.
Midway to the bathroom, there’s a graveled slope and the asphalt is not complete.
Therefore it is difficult to move in a wheelchair.
If there’s support, it’s possible to use it, even in a manual wheelchair.
|A visually impaired person (complete blind) / Female|
|There are almost no bumps around the torii at the entrance, and it’s easy to get in.
From the grounds to the Kagamino Ike pond, the parking space, or the external bathroom, there are stone stairs.
Therefore, visually impaired people and people with mobility problems should be careful.
The way to the Kagamino Ike pond is graveled, and some tree roots are protruded, which makes is difficult to move around.