Tsukiyomi-no-miya (Geku Betsugu)豊受大神宮別宮 月夜見宮（伊勢神宮 外宮）
This betsugu is a betsugu of Geku, sacred to Tsukiyomi-no-mikoto.
Located in Miyajiri 1-chome, Ise City, this betsugu is a betsugu of Geku, sacred to Tsukiyomi-no-mikoto and the aramitama (rough spirit) of Tsukiyomi-nomikoto. It stands in the riverside area once called “Takakawara” of a branch of the Miyagawa River, and, as the guardian of rivers, has close connections with agriculture in the riverside area. The betsugu was originally sessha, and redesignated betsugu in 1210.
|Business Hours||From Jan to Apr:5am to 6pm
From May to Aug:5am to 7pm
Sep:5am to 6pm
From Oct to Dec:5am to 5pm
|Directions||Approx 10 minutes on foot from JR or Kintetsu"Ise-shi" station|