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A Shinto shrine located in Omiya, Suginami City, Tokyo. The shrine was built in 1063 by Minamoto no Yoriyoshi. The shrine is dedicated to Emperor Ojin and his father and mother, Emperor Chuai and Empress Jingu. Due to the many events attesting to the deep bonds between these three, many worshipers visit the shrine to pray for aid in easy childbirth, childrearing, and finding marriage. The shrine grounds are host to several subordinate shrines, such as the Ohmiya-Tenmangu, which is dedicated Sugawara no Michizane.


Tokyo Suginami-ku Omiya 2-3-1 (Kichijoji / Shimokitazawa / NakanoArea)

phone 0333110105

[Oct.-Mar.] 6:00-17:00
[Apr.-Sep.] 6:00-18:00
* Reception is 9:30-16:30

Review of Omiya Hachiman

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Reviewed:2015/09/09 The shrine which is the nearest from a house‼️
Though I do not know when it is right here from, it is the shrine which is the nearest from a house.
I can feel the four seasons of Musashino when you come here.
Reviewed:2015/01/02 Wonderful place for Hatsumode
We got tired over the years visiting places like Asakusa for our anual new years prayer, because those have become to over-crowded. This is the second year we went to Omiya Hachiman and it is still...
Reviewed:2019/11/25 御神水、美味しいです♪

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Tokyo Suginami-ku Omiya 2-3-1 [ map ]
Kichijoji / Shimokitazawa / NakanoArea
[Oct.-Mar.] 6:00-17:00
[Apr.-Sep.] 6:00-18:00
* Reception is 9:30-16:30
[Worshiping Fee] Free
Parking Lot
Available (about 50 spaces)
Credit Card
Not available

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