Benzaiten, one of the seven lucky gods of Asakusa, is enshrined, and is said to bring benefits such as business success
Wish upon the matchmaking deity for success in love
Known as the shinto shrine related to Yoshida Shoin, a samurai clan member of the Choshu Domain who had enormous influence on the movement to topple the Edo Shogunate during the mid-19th century. Now deified, he has become popular as a god of academic success.
Nogi Shrine is a shrine where Nogi Maresuke (1849 - 1912), a general in the Imperial Japanese army during the Meiji period (1868-1912), and his wife are enshrined.
Famous for its deity of scholarship
Here resides the god who watches over Kyoto's kitchens
Having many children themselves, rabbits symbolize safe child-rearing here
Boasts an amazing stage modeled after a lion mask
Renowned for its famous Somei spring water and bush clover flowers
Hanazono-jinja Shrine in Shinjuku, loved by many as an urban oasis.
A significant cultural property with the feel of Edo/Tokyo. Richly decorated with gold foils, the magnificent main building also known as the ”shrine of gold” is astounding.
A well-known shrine for its Chichibu Night Festival. Chichibu shrine enshrines several gods and has a history of over 2,100 years.
This is a shrine that worships the Emperor Meiji and his wife. It is one of the most popular sightseeing spots in Tokyo, and you can experience the traditional culture of Japan through various rituals.
The homeland of a goddess at Ise Grand Shrine, located in the old Tango Province
The main shrine hall is a national treasure with droves of people lining up for the New Year’s shrine visit at “Sumiyossan”
A shrine built to represent the nation's wish for peace. Yushukan displays relics and wills, and it is worth visiting.
The head shrine of all the Tenman-gu shrines in Japan, affectionally called ”Kitano no Tenjin-san.” The shrine is dedicated to Sugawara no Michizane.
This is a historical shrine established about 1,500 years ago. The gods for a good marriage match and family harmony are enshrined.
The head shrine of all the Kasuga-jinja shrines all over Japan, it is located on Mt. Mikasa, which has been treated as a sacred area since ancient times. In 2018, the shrine commemorated its 1,250th anniversary.
Kamigamo-jinja Shrine is one of the oldest shrines in Kyoto, founded during the mythical age. It is famous for its Aoi Festival (Kamo Festival) and is registered as a World Heritage Site.