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Koami Shrine (小網神社)

A Shinto shrine located in Nihombashikoami-cho, Chuo City, Tokyo. Dedicated to Inari, the fox god, the shrine has long been known for providing good luck and protection from misfortune. There is a well on the shrine grounds named the Zeniarai no I and popularly known as the Tokyo Zeniarai Benten (money washing well and Tokyo money washing Benten, respectively) which is believed to grant financial luck to those who purify money in its waters; there's also a figure of the tall-headed god Fukurokuju said to reward worshipers with virtue.


Tokyo Chuou-ku Nihombashikoamichou 16-23 (Tokyo / Ginza / NihombashiArea)

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[Distribution of amulets and gifts] 9:00-17:00

Review of Koami Shrine

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Reviewed:2019/05/08 small but had the same effect
this is a short stop before the fish market walk through. there are no Englsih translation but you get the same effect from other shrines.
Reviewed:2018/12/15 small but an eyecatcher and one of the lucky seven
There are 7 shrines in the Nihonbashi area that dedicated to the 7 deities of luck and fortune (shichifukunin). Finding the shrines is like a scavenger hunt. The only big shrine is the Suitengu. All...
Reviewed:2018/11/12 Is a nice place to visit but dont expect much
This shrine is available in a very small corner under a big bridge, very close to the stock exchange of Tokyo, just a very small monument to see in 2 minutes, very small but very nice to see, you can...

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Tokyo Chuou-ku Nihombashikoamichou 16-23 [map]
Tokyo / Ginza / NihombashiArea
[Distribution of amulets and gifts] 9:00-17:00
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