According to the Association of Shinto Shrines, the most revered shrine in Japan is Ise Jingū. Unsurprisingly, Ise City is probably best known as a destination for pilgrims visiting the shrine. However, Ise has a lot of other religious spaces that are not directly related to the Jingū shrine complex.
My watch tells me that my heart rate was lower while I was running than it was when I was rushing around getting ready for work afterwards, so I think I need to put a bit more effort into my training! Today we went on a historical run (Kōgakkan University post here) through a few sites related in some way to these religious denominations:
Soka Gakkai (SGI) 創価学会、Ōmotokyō 大本教（合気道道場）、Nichiren Buddhism 日蓮宗（誓願の井戸）、Tenrikyō 天理教、Shingon Buddhism 真言宗（赤門寺正寿院–now Pure Land）、True Pure Land Buddhism 浄土真宗（西本願寺伊勢教堂）、”Sukyo Mahikari” (True Light) 宗教真光、and Pure Land Buddhism 浄土宗（本誓寺).