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Kanda Myojin Shrine: A 1300-Year-Old Power Spot in Tokyo

NAVITIME TRAVEL EDITOR

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13. January. 2020

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Kanda Myojin Shrine is undoubtedly a must-visit place in Tokyo. It’s also one of the popular power spots, or spiritual hot spots, in the city center.

The temple is open to the public 24 hours a day and is renowned for the Kanda Festival, one of Japan’s three great festivals. The newly-opened culture complex by the shrine, EDOCCO, also entertains visitors with its fine array of restaurants and shops, as well as Japanese art displays, and holds various events throughout the course of the year.

This article will provide you with an introduction to discover the very best that the shrine offers.

Kanda Myojin Shrine: A 1300-Year-Old Power Spot in Tokyo

Index

  • About Kanda Myojin Shrine
  • Things to see in the precinct
  • EDOCCO (EDO Culture Complex)
  • ― Basement Floor (EDOCCO STUDIO)
  • Featured workshops
  • Classical Japanese dance show with matcha and Japanese sweets
  • Japanese Kimono fitting
  • ― Ground Floor (EDOCCO SHOP and EDOCCO CAFÉ)
  • Featured Events
  • ― Kanda Festival "神田祭"
  • ― Setsubun Festival’s Bean Throwing Ceremony "節分祭豆まき式"
  • ― Edo Tokyo Art Illumination Exhibition produced by the Japan Art Illumination Expo "江戸東京あかり展"
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