Japanese Shrines

Tokyo's Japanese Shrines Guide

Asakusa Shrine

Asakusa shrine, also known as “sanja-sama” is one of the most famous Shintoism shrine in Japan. It is said that...

Imado Shrine

You Travel with a Partner? Visit Imado Shrine! If you have a partner and you want to make the bond...

Haneda Shrine

Once you arrive in Tokyo, the closest tourist destination from Haneda Airport may be the Haneda Shrine. You can go...

Tamagawa Asama Shrine

The Tamagawa Asama Shrine is a small shrine located in southern Tokyo, right next to Tamagawa River. In Japan, you...

Hakusan Shrine

This is almost the only one venue with about 3,000 of hydrangeas in the central Tokyo. They have a “Hydrangea...

Hikawa Shrine

Hikawa shrine is a Japanese Shinto shrine in Akasaka, Tokyo. It’s 6 minutes’ walk from Aksasaka Station and 5 minutes’...

Atago Shrine

Atago Shrine is a Shinto shrine founded in 1603 on the order of Shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu. Its 5 minutes’ walk from...

Okunitama Shrine

Okunitama Shrine is now known as one of the five major shrines in Tokyo. It’s 3 minutes’ walk from Fuchu...

Japanese Shrines Guide Map in Tokyo