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Akasaka Hikawa Shrine

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He is a company of ten Tokyo companies. The 5th year of the Celestial Calendar (951), ritual, the Edo period Tokugawa Shogun Yoshizune, established the present shrine in Kyoho 14 (1729). Since the Great Kanto Earthquake and the Tokyo Metropolitan Air raid, it escaped miraculously, and it was designated as the Cultural property of Tokyo. There are many scenes from the Edo period, such as Torii, Komainu and lanterns, starting with natural monuments. The belief as a shrine of the matchmaking is thick, and a lot of weddings are performed.

Phone03-3583-1935
HoursOpening 6:00-closing 17:30 (awarding place 8:30-17:30)
HolidayNo
ParkingYes (8 cars)
TransportationTokyo Metro Chiyoda Line "Akasaka Station", Hibiya/Oedo line "Roppongi Station" Roppongi-Itchome station, 8 minutes walk
AdmissionNo (pay for prayer)
URLhttps://www.akasakahikawa.or.jp/

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6-10-12 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo