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Mitada Hachiman Shrine

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Mitada Hachiman Shrine (Hachiman shrine) is a shrine with a history of 1300 years. It is said that the Muro was founded in 709 as the god of the Tokoku-no-kuni (the current Shirokane-Mita area) Makioka, the country of the left-minded. In our annual ritual, there is a "kettle ringing ritual" transmitted from the Edo period. It is the one that the sound which is made when the hot water of the kettle is boiled in the eighth of rice

TransportationApprox. 10 minutes walk from JR Tamachi Station Mita-guchi Nishi-guchi Asakusa Line/Mita line Mita Station A3 exit approx. 8 min. Asakusa Line/Mita Line Sengakuji station exit A3, 5 minutes walk


3-7-16 Mita, Minato-ku, Tokyo
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