This shrine is located next to the main hall of Senso-ji. Since it primarily enshrines the three deities Hinokuma-hamanari-no-mikoto, Hinokuma-takenari-no-mikoto, and Hajin-matsuchi-no-mikoto, it is referred to as “Sanja Gongen Shrine” and “Sanja Sama.” The hall of worship, the hall of offerings and the inner sanctuary of the current shrine, completed in 1649, have all been designated by the Japanese government as Important Cultural Properties. The Sanja Matsuri held regularly every year on the third Friday, Saturday and Sunday in May is famous for its dynamic mikoshi (portable shrine) and long procession of people.
- Tokyo Taitou-ku Asakusa 2-3-1
- Asakusa Area
- open everyday
- Parking Lot
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- Credit Card
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- * Business hours are [Weekday] 10:00-15:00 and [Saturday Sunday Public holiday] 9:00-16:00 due to the problem of color.
Information Sources: NAVITIME JAPAN
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- m | On foot about minutes
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