List of Shinto shrines in Taiwan
On June 17, 1895 (Meiji 28), Taiwan came under the rule of the Empire of Japan. In the following year on December 3, 1896, the first Shinto shrine was created in Taiwan. This was actually the already...
Karenkō Shrine
Karenkō Shrine (花蓮港神社, Karenkō jinja) was a Shinto shrine located in Hualien City, Hualien County (formerly Karenkō city, Karenkō prefecture) in Taiwan during Japanese colonial rule. It was r...
Kagi Shrine
Kagi Shrine (嘉義神社, kagi jinja) was a Shinto shrine located in Chiayi Park, in Chiayi City, Taiwan (previously 山子頂, Kagi city, Tainan Prefecture during Japanese rule.)The shrine was built on Oc...
Taiwan Grand Shrine
The Taiwan Grand Shrine (Japanese: 台湾神宮 (たいわんじんぐう), Romaji: Taiwan jingū, Traditional Chinese: 臺灣神宮, Simplified Chinese: 台湾神宫, Pinyin: Táiwān shéngōng) was the highest ranking Japanese Shinto shrine i...
Takao Shrine
Takao Shrine (高雄神社, Takao-jinja) was a Shinto shrine located in the former Takao City (now Kaohsiung), Takao Prefecture, Taiwan during the Japanese rule period. The shrine enshrined Prince Yos...
Ōgon Shrine
The Ōgon Shrine (黄金神社, Ōgon Jinja) also known as the Jinguashi Shinto Shrine, Gold Temple or Spirits of the Mountain Shrine (山神社 yama jinja) is a Shinto shrine located halfway up a mountain at...