|Dedicated to||Peace and Happiness|
|Address||Yasuda, Shōdoshima, Kagawa Prefecture, Japan|
|Glossary of Shinto|
Olive Jinja (峰俐富神社 or オリーブ神社) is a Greek-style Shinto shrine on the island of Shōdoshima in the Inland Sea, Kagawa Prefecture, Japan. Constructed in 1973 and standing amidst a grove of olives - a thriving industry on the island - the shrine takes the form of a replica Greek temple, with stylobate, Doric columns, entablature with triglyphs, and bronze pedimental reliefs. There is an annual festival with Greek themes. The shrine is located within Setonaikai National Park.
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- "List of Shrines on Shodoshima (with addresses)" (PDF) (in Japanese). Kagawa Prefecture. Retrieved 12 February 2012.
- "Map of Setonaikai National Park (Area 2)" (PDF). Ministry of the Environment. Retrieved 12 February 2012.