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Hikawa Shrine (Shirokane)

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It is reported that it was erected as a total guardian of the Shiroho era in the Shirogane village. Enshrined is the life of Susa man (the only thing that you can do) is Princess Inada (the only thing that you can do). The shrine was destroyed by the Great Fire of Meiwa (1772) in the mid-Edo period and rebuilt in the late Edo era. However, the shrine also suffered an air raid in 1945 and completed the present shrine in 1958.

Passing through the Torii, on the left side of the main shrine is a god of Fortune and fortune "Kenbu shrine", and the right is "Inari shrine" as the god of the shelter and the Guardian. There is a pretty fox statue of the size of a kitten or a puppy around the Inari shrine.

Transportation4 minutes walk from "Shirokane-Takanawa Station" (Exit 3) on the Namboku and Toei Mita lines/2 minutes walk from Tokyo bus Tamachi-Shibuya "Mitsuhikari Sakashita"


2-1-7 Shirokane, Minato-ku, Tokyo
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