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Togo-jinja Shrine東郷神社

Shrine

A Shinto shrine built in 1940 located close to Takeshita Street in Jingumae, Shibuya City, Tokyo. The shrine is dedicated to Togo Heihachiro, commander of Japan's combined fleet during the Russo-Japanese War. Due to the fact that he led Japan to victory in the war, he is also said to be a god of victory and the shrine is visited by large numbers of people praying for success in a given matter.

place

Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingumae 1-5-3

phone 0334033591
place

[Apr.-Oct.]6:00-17:00
[Nov.-Mar.]6:30-17:00

Review of Togo Shrine

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Reviewed:2018/05/28 Harajuku Shrine
We happened upon two weddings taking place when we visited this beautiful shrine after being on Harajuku Takeshita street. Not easy to find unless you have GPS. A smallish shrine, but very clean and...
Reviewed:2018/03/11 Worth visiting if you're nearby
Harajuku can be a bit crazy- even the sometimes tranquil Meiji Jingu shrine is bonkers at the weekend. Don't even start on Takeshita-Dori- elbow to elbow with people browsing the neon stores. Togo...
Reviewed:2018/03/09 Small and tranquil shrine in Harajuku
The Togo Shrine a small temple hidden behind the very busy Takeshita Street in Harajuku. It can easily be reached by heading down a small alley half way down Takeshita street and then climbing some...

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Address

Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingumae 1-5-3 [map]

Phone

0334033591

Hours
[Apr.-Oct.]6:00-17:00
[Nov.-Mar.]6:30-17:00
Closed
open everyday
Parking Lot
Not available
Credit Card
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