A Popular Shrine Known for its Marriage Luck!
Tokyo Daijingu was founded as a sister shrine in Tokyo to Ise Grand Shrine, and it’s also known as “Tokyo’s Ise.” It was the location of the first public “shinzen kekkonshiki,” a wedding held at a Shinto shrine, and as such it has become a popular stop for women looking for marriage. Across the grounds are various heart-shaped symbols, called “i-no-me,” or “boar’s eye,” which people have taken to be a symbol of romantic luck, and they’re often photographed.
A shrine famous for its marriage luck.
One of Tokyo’s top 5 shrines.
Has popular omikuji (fortunes) and omamori (charms) with cute designs.
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- Name in Japanese
- Postal Code
- 2-4-1 Fujimi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
※Hours are midnight until 9:00pm on January 1st
※Omamori and other items available from 8:00am-7:00pm (starts at midnight on January 1st)
※Seal stamps available from 9:00am-5:00pm
(1) About a 5-minute walk from the JR Chuo Line and Sobu Line’s Iidabashi Station
(2) About a 5-minute walk from the Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line, Namboku Line, and Tozai Line’s Iidabashi Station
(3) About a 5-minute walk from the Toei Subway Oedo Line’s Iidabashi Station
- Official Site
- Official Site (Japanese)