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Ryusa Shinmei Miya Tenzu Shrine

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This shrine is a company that continues from the Nanbokucho era (year 1384).
It is called "Dragon Light" from the story that the Dragon gave the lantern Akira from the Shinagawa offing every night, and "Ryuakari" is heard, and this ground is called "Ryusa (Ryu)", and the name of the shrine was called "Ryusa Shinmei gu". In addition, we are enshrines the seven lucky gods Fukurokuju of the Ichifuku Inari Shrine of Suesha. Fukurokuju is open niche only on the third of the new Year.

Hours9:00 ~ 17:00
ParkingOnly available for those who wish to pray


7-7-7 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo
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