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Walking distance from the Tsukiji market! "Teppou-zu Inari shrine" with Fujiduka (Miniature Fuji)

Walking distance from the Tsukiji market! "Teppou-zu Inari shrine" with Fujiduka (Miniature Fuji)Tokyo

"Fuji faith" which is the subject of faith in Mt. Fuji was mainly spread in the Edo period. For those who can not climb Mt. Fuji for various reasons, these people made "Miniature Fuji" called "Fuji-duka". It is said that there is a similar benefit to climbing real Mt. Fuji when climbing to "Fuji-duka". There is "fuji-duka"(Miniature Fuji) in "Teppou-zu Inari shrine" in about 15 minutes walking from the Tsukiji market. 1. We can not climb, but it is worth seeing! Fuji-duka of Teppou-zu Inari Shrine 2. It is not like a Japanese temple!? Tsukiji Honganji Temple 3. I ate ...

Toyokawa Inari Tokyo Betsuin is not a Shrine but a Temple (Minato-ku, Tokyo)

Toyokawa Inari Tokyo Betsuin is not a Shrine but a Temple (Minato-ku, Tokyo)

"Toyokawa Inari Tokyo Betsuin" contains characters of "Inari". In addition, there are many foxes. So I thought it was "Inari shrine". However, "Toyokawa Inari Tokyo Betsuin" was a temple of 曹洞宗(Buddhism). 豊川ダ枳尼眞天 is enshrined. Since 豊川ダ枳尼眞天 has rice and straddles white fox, it seems that the "Toyokawa Inari" spread as a common name. ▼picture of 豊川ダ枳尼眞天 https://www.google.co.jp/search?q=%E8%B1%8A%E5%B7%9D%E3%83%80%E6%9E%B3%E5%B0%BC%E7%9C%9E%E5%A4%A9&client=firefox-b&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwi2oKKjo_bRAhUGgbwKHW0uDusQ_AUICSgC&biw=1755&bih=809 Fox!Fox!Fox!There are many foxes in the precincts It takes about 5 minutes to walk from Marunouchi line "Akasaka Mitsuke station" exit B. The main hall was protected by a big fox, not "a guardian dog". In the approach to "Okunoin", dedicated "Nobori (like ...

Akasaka Hikawa Jinja Shrine(Minato-ku,Tokyo)

Akasaka Hikawa Jinja Shrine(Minato-ku,Tokyo)

I visited Akasaka Hikawa Shrine, which is known as Tokyo's power spot. I recommend you to enter Akasaka Hikawa Shrine from Hikawa-zaka There are some entrances to Akasaka Hikawa Shrine. The above picture is the entrance on the street connecting Moto-Hikawa Saka(Slope or Hill) and Hikawa Saka. From here, you can see the main hall. But I recommend you to enter Akasaka Hikawa Shrine from Hikawa-zaka. There is a pond. You can visit Shiawase(happy)Inari shrine. It is a shrine affiliated with Katsu-Kaisyu who lived in Akasaka from the end of the Tokugawa period. You can pray at Saigyou Inari shrine. ...

Shiba Daijingu Shrine(Minato-ku,Tokyo)

Shiba Daijingu Shrine and Zojoji Temple(Minato-ku,Tokyo)

I went to "Shiba Daijingu Shrine" which is settled in the subway "Daimon station", JR "Hamamatsucho station". Shiba Daijingu Shrine "Shiba Daijingu Shrine" is one of the leading shrines in Tokyo, which has a history of 1000 years. In the Edo period, "Shiba Daijingu Shrine" gathered common people's faith in Kanto, and received the reverence of many people as "Oise-sama of Kanto". Now it is an office town arond Shiba Daijingu Shrine, there is no ambience. When it was founded, it seems that the ginger field was flourishing around. Therefore, ginger was served in front of the gods. It got ...

Kyu-Shiba-rikyu Gardens (Minato-ku,Tokyo)

Kyu-Shiba-rikyu Gardens (Minato-ku,Tokyo)

Kyu-Shiba-rikyu Gardens is one of the Edo early daimyo garden to remain in Tokyo. Sato-sakura(cherry-blossom) Sato-sakura is a cherry tree that has been breeding Sato-sakura of Kyu-Shiba-rikyu Gardens will bloom later than normal cherry. I recommend for late cherry-blossom(Sato-sakura) viewing. This Satosakura was cozy. It is close to the "rose" rather than a "Sakura" Pine also beautiful You can see the station of the monorail,Tokyo Tower over the pine. "Edo" and "Showa" co-exist. Pine had been placed in the garden beautifully. Access to Kyu-Shiba-rikyu Gardens ・JR Hamamatsu-cho Sta. North Exit (1 minute on foot) ・Toei Asakusa Line/O-Edo Line, Daimon Sta. ...

Shiba Toshogu

Shiba Park Cherry Blossom(Minato-ku,Tokyo)

Shiba Park is one of the oldest parks in Japan. It is near the Tokyo Tower, you may visit together. 【Start】Shiba Park Station ↓ Near Shiba Park Station In the sunshine filtering through foliage, two woman were enjoying the various flowers. ↓ Shiba Toshogu Toshogu is a shrine that was dedicated to Ieyasu Tokugawa (Shogun of the Edo era) There were some Tosyogu in Japan. ↓ Tokyo Tower with Field mustard In Shiba Park, I want to take a picture of the "Tokyo Tower + something". Zojoji Temple Daiden (Hondo: Main Hall)with Tokyo Tower After cleanse myself in the incense, ...

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