Cherry Blossoms at Kamikura-jinja Shrine（Kamikura-jinja-no Sakura）
Spring at Kamikura-jinja Shrine
The “shintai” (literally meaning “the body of a deity”) of Kamikura-jinja Shrine, which quietly stands halfway up Mt. Gongenyama, manifests itself as the form of a huge rock called the “Gotobiki-iwa Rock.” In spring, cherry trees bloom beautifully and add extra color to the Gotobiki-iwa Rock (the shrine’s shintai) and to the red-colored structures in the precincts of the shrine.
30 minutes’ walk from JR Shingu Station
Mifune Matsuri Festival – a Finale of the Kumano Taisha Grand Shrine Matsuri Festival (One of the Annual Grand Festivals Held at Kumano Hayatama Taisha Grand Shrine)
（Kumano Hayatama Taisha Reitai-sui, Mifune Matsuri）