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5.Tourist Information for the Hakusan-roku Region
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Shirayama Hime shrine
(Shirayama-hime Jinja )
Sannomiya-machi, Tsurugi-machi, Ishikawa-gun, Ishikawa 920-2114
TEL: 076-272-0680

This is the head shrine of about 3,000 Shirayama shrines throughout Japan. This historical shrine is also known as by the name "Kaga Ichinomiya".
[www.shirayama.or.jp]
photo:Shirayama Hime shrine

Hakusan-honchido, Rinsaiji Temple
I-68 Aza-shiramine, Shiramine-mura, Ishikawa-gun, Ishikawa-ken 920-2501
TEL/FAX: 076-259-2648

This building, located within the grounds of the Rinsaiji temple, houses precious Buddha statues that were brought down from the Mt. Hakusan temple in the Meiji period following an order to separate the deities of the Shinto and Buddhist religions.
photo:Hakusan-honchido, Rinsaiji Temple

Ikko-Ikki History Museum
(Torigoe Village Ikko-ikki Rekishikan)
Ko-26, Aza-deai, Torigoe-mura, Ishikawa-gun, Ishikawa-ken 920-2368
TEL: 076-254-8020

Visitors can lean about the Kaga Ikko-ikki, a religious rebellion that arose in the Period of Warring States.
[www.city.hakusan.ishikawa.jp/kyouiku/
ixtuki/ikkifolda/ikkoikkirekisikan.jsp 
]
photo:Ikko-Ikki History Museum
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