Hakusan Shrine

A Shrine Famous for its Hydrangeas

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Shinto shrine

Hakusan Shrine is a historic shrine that is part of the Tokyo Jissha, or Ten Shrines in Tokyo. There are around 3,000 hydrangea plants growing both on the shrine’s grounds and in the adjacent Hakusan Park, making it a popular spot to visit.

Highlights

  • The “Bunko Ajisai Matsuri,” or “Bunkyo Hydrangea Festival,” is held mid-June every year.
  • There is a toothbrush memorial service held on Sundays during the “Bunkyo Hydrangea Festival.”.

Photos

  • Hakusan Shrine

Reviews

  • 王嘉豪

    來神社還能看到不同顏色的繡球花,讓神社添加了不少色彩

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Details

Name in Japanese
白山神社
Postal Code
112-0001
Address
5-31-26 Hakusan, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo
Tel
03‐3811‐6568
Founded
Around the years 947-957
Admission
Free
Closed
Never
Hours
Open all day
Access
(1) About a 3-minute walk from the Toei Subway Mita Line’s Hakusan Station
(2) About a 5-minute walk from the Tokyo Metro Namboku Line’s Hon-Komagome Station