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The charm of Akasaka Hikawa Shrine. A shrine with buildings remaining from the Edo period.

With a history of over 1000 years and buildings that hasn't changed since the Edo period (1603-1868), Akasaka Hikawa Shrine has been designated as an important cultural property. It is a shrine that has been loved by the shoguns of the Edo Shogunate and is still loved by the people of today.

Read more about the culture and history of Akasaka Hikawa Shrine in our latest article.

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