Kinan Guide on the Go


Content Number:20692

The remains of Jujo-oji lie within a cedar grove at Jujo Pass. There were a number of houses in this area during the Edo era, and the shrine was venerated for housing the clan god. However, it was abandoned as a result of the amalgamation of shrines at the end of the Meiji era. Nowadays Jujo is uninhabited. The distance from here to Osakamoto-oji is about 4.3 km, and it takes roughly one hour and thirty-five minutes to get there.

Listen to Audio

Kumano Kodo – Takijiri ~ Jujo
Back to gSelect Categoryh
Back to the Home Page


(C) Wakayama Prefecture