GPS Art of a Tiger Drawn on a Palace in Hitachi Province✨
Kashima Jingu, which has a history so old that it is mentioned in the mythology of Japan’s founding, is said to have begun around 660 B.C. It was the most prestigious shrine in Hitachi Province. It is one of the most famous spots for New Year’s visits in Ibaraki Prefecture, with about 700,000 people visiting the shrine every year.
This is the course of the Tiger GPS Art, which is drawn around this shrine. This is an area that has been civilized since the time of mythology. I hope you’ll take a stroll around the area, thinking back to those days!