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- 1.Ryusa Shinmei Miya Tenzu ShrineThis 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.Directions
- 2.Sakurada ShrineSakurada Shrine moved to the temporary reservoir after it was erected in Kasumigaseki, and it seems to have moved to the current location in the year Kan'ei. In 1945, we were involved in war damage, but we rebuilt it in 28 years.Directions
- 3.Hikawa Shrine (Motoazabu)Hikawa Shrine has been in the vicinity of the solitary pine in the north about 300m from the current location, and then relocated to the current location in Manji year (1658-61). It is said that it was one of Edo Hikawa Nansha in Azabu Township total Guardian. "Bishamonten" is enshrined to fulfill the great application, except for plague and calamity.Directions
- 4.DaihojiDaihoji used to hold a festival for the Daikokuten (a Japanese deity) on the "Nenohi" (day of the rat), but this no longer takes place. The slope in front of the temple is called the Daikokuten-saka (slope of the Daikokuten) named after the Daikokuten enshrined in the temple. At Daihoji, which is known by local residents as the "solitary pine tree of Lord Daikoku", and it enshrines Daikokuten who is said to give visitors good luck and fortune. During the Setsubun festival, the temple holds a grand bean-throwing event.Directions
- 5.Juban Inari ShrineThe 2 shrines of Suehiro Shrine and Takecho Inari Shrine merged after the war and it