Izumo Taisha-mae Station

Izumo Taisha-mae Station
Voice Guide of Spot Introduction
Page last updated: Aug, 29, 2018
TOURIST Guide editing dept.
Jason Surguine

Izumo Taisha-mae Station is the last stop on the Taisha line of the Ichibata Electric Railway in Izumo City of Shimane Prefecture. It opened in 1930 as the nearest station to the Izumo Oyashiro Shrine, and was designated as a registered cultural property of the country in 1996. A multipurpose space called "Matchmaking Square" houses many cafes and restaurants. Because Shimane prefecture is famous for forestry, there is also a section that is dedicated to introducing Shimane’s lumber. There are ryokan inns and restaurants near the station, and the Izumo Oyashiro Shrine is located north of the station. There is also Goen Yokocho alley and the Kanmon-dori tourist information center on the way to the shrine, helping visitors easily explore the area.

Information of Spot Detail


1346-9 Taishacho Kizukiminami, Izumo, Shimane

Telephone Number


Spot Types


Regular Holiday

No closing days



Official Homepage

[Ichibata Electric Railway]https://www.ichibata.co.jp/railway/operate/stations/00.html

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