4.5 Hours Tokyo Jissha -South half tour- Let's visit five shrines easily with taxi.

Course No. B-25

Tokyo Jissha refers to ten shrines in Tokyo metropolitan area. They belong to the shrines that were selected by Emperor Meiji after the Meiji restoration to bring about property and continued growth of the capital city.
In 1975, it was reselected to ten shrines and Tokyo Jissha Meguri was planed for Emperor Showa's 50th anniversary of accession.
This tour will bring you to five (south half) of Tokyo Jissha shrines.

Itinerary

  • Pick up
  • Tomioka Hachiman-gu Shrine (20min.)
  • Shiba-daijingu Shrine (20min.)
  • Shinagawa Shrine (20min.)
  • Akasaka Hikawa Shrine (20min.)
  • Hie Shrine (20min.)
  • Drop off
  • Tomioka Hachiman-gu Shrine

    Tomioka Hachiman-gu Shrine is located in Fukagawa area, so it is also known as the Fukagawa Hachiman and it is biggest Hachiman-gu in Edo.
    When the festival nicknamed "water-splashing festival" held, people splash purifying water on mikoshi (portable shrines) is very energetic and worth seeing.
  • Shiba-daijingu Shrine

    It is founded in 1005, dedicated to the sun goddess, Amaterasu and the agricultural goddess, Toyouke as well as Ise Grand Shrine in Mie Prefecture. It is said as 'Kanto's O-Ise Sama'.
  • Shinagawa Shrine

    It was founded in 1187, wished to have good luck on marine traffic safety and achieving the dreams.
    Also, it is the first Post station along Tokaido (the largest of the five routes in the Edo period), and Shinagawa Shrine was the guardian of northern half of the Shinagawa post station.
  • Akasaka Hikawa Shrine

    Enshrined from AC 951, and the 8th seii tai shogun Yoshimune Tokugawa commanded and constructed the current shrine building at the shrine’s current site in 1730.
    This building still retains the original features from Edo period, so it is designated as a Tokyo-Metropolitan-Area designated intangible cultural property.
  • Hie Shrine

    Hie Shrine was built here 800years ago, and god of mountain is enshrined here. This shrine brings about good fortune for matchmaking, warding off evil, career advancement, and job promotion. Big difference from other shrines is that the messenger of the god at Hie Jinja is the monkey instead of Komainu (lion-dog).

Departure Time

  • Free
  • 8:30
  • 9:00
  • 9:30
  • 10:00
  • 10:30
  • 13:00
  • 14:00
  • At night

You have not chosen a departure time. You can choose a time from 8:00 to 15:00 (30-minute slots).

Service area

  • Pickup area

    Chiyoda ward / Chuo ward / Minato ward / Shinjuku ward / Bunkyo ward / Taito ward / Sumida ward / Koto ward / Shinagawa ward / Meguro ward / Ota ward / Setagaya ward / Shibuya ward / Nakano ward / Suginami ward / Toshima ward / Kita ward / Arakawa ward / Itabashi ward / Nerima ward / Adachi ward / Katsushika ward / Edogawa ward

  • Dropoff area

    Chiyoda ward / Chuo ward / Minato ward / Shinjuku ward / Bunkyo ward / Taito ward / Sumida ward / Koto ward / Shinagawa ward / Meguro ward / Ota ward / Setagaya ward / Shibuya ward / Nakano ward / Suginami ward / Toshima ward / Kita ward / Arakawa ward / Itabashi ward / Nerima ward / Adachi ward / Katsushika ward / Edogawa ward

If you wish to be picked up or dropped off at places other than the above areas, please contact us through "Customized course" to arrange your route.

Note

  • The arrangement of itinerary and staying time of each spot may change; it depend on your pick up/drop off point and traffic condition.
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