Uda Mikumari Shrine

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Uda Mikumari-jinja
宇太水分神社
Udamikumari Shr Kami.jpg
The honden, composed of three conjoined Kasuga-style buildings.
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Dedicated to Ame-no-mikumari-no-kami
Hayaaki-Tsu-Hiko
Kuni-no-mikumari-no-kami
Founded 1320
Priest(s) Miyake Mizuhiko
Address 244-3, Utano-ken, Uda, Nara
922-8225
Website Homepage

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Uda Mikumari Shrine (宇太水分神社 Uda Mikumari-jinja?) is a Shinto shrine located in Uda, Nara, Japan. It is dedicated to mikumari, a female Shinto kami associated with water. The honden was built near the end of the Kamakura period, and is listed as a National Treasure of Japan.

Coordinates: 34°28′29″N 135°58′14″E / 34.47472°N 135.97056°E / 34.47472; 135.97056