A Power Spot for Success in Love and Life, this Shrine holds the Sanno Matsuri, one of the Three Major Festivals of Edo
This shrine is known for bestowing its blessings on business prosperity, success in work, and fulfillment in love and marriage.
Instead of the typical guardian lion dogs found at Shinto shrines, the grounds here feature Masaru, the statue of a monkey-like creature. Said to give the blessings of good connections, this design is featured on the amulet charms and wish-granting wooden plaques sold here.
There are also subordinate shrines such as Sanno Inari Shrine, Sarutahiko Shrine, and Yasaka Shrine here.
Shaped like a mountain, Hie Shrine's Torii gate is rare. Another highlight of this shrine is one of the only two Torii gate tunnels in all of Tokyo.
There is Masaru, a statue of a monkey-like creature here. .
It's one of only two places in Tokyo to boast of a Torii gate tunnel.
The Sanno Matsuri, one of the three major festivals of Edo, is held here every June. .
It is recognized as one of the Ten Tokyo Shrines.
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- Name in Japanese
- Postal Code
- 2-10-5 Nagatacho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
- No holidays
*The schedule may be changed for the New Year Holiday
(1) About 3 minutes on foot from Exit 2 of Akasaka Station on the Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line
(2) About 3 minutes on foot from Exit 7 of Tameike-Sanno Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line or Namboku Line
- Official Website
- Official Website (Japanese)