|Location||99, Miyauchi, Izushi-cho, Toyooka city|
|Glossary of Shinto|
Izushi was designated as the chief Shinto Shrine (ichinomiya) for the former Tajima province.  Amenohiboko is enshrined. A passage in the nihongi from the reign of Emperor Suinin mentions the "divine treasures of Izushi" (Izushi no kandakara) brought to Japan by Ame no hihoko.
From 1871 through 1946, Izushi was officially designated one of the Kokuhei Chūsha (国幣中社), meaning that it stood in the mid-range of ranked, nationally significant shrines.
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