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Mabashi Inari-jinja Shrine馬橋稲荷神社


A Shinto shrine located in Asagayaminami, Suginami City, Tokyo. Believed to have been founded at the end of the Kamakura period, the shrine is primarily dedicated to the gods Ukanomitama no Kami and Omatonozu no Kami. During the Hatsuuma Festival in February, a mochi glutinous rice ball pounding ceremony is held in which shrine parishioners sing traditional songs while pounding the mochi rice with a mallet.


Tokyo Suginami-ku Asagayaminami 2-4-4

phone 0333118588

[Company office] 8:30-18:00
[shrine] 6:00-19:00

Review of Mabashi Inari Shrine

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2016/05/20 Nice little shrine, seems to have something to do with foxes or wolves.
Tranquil little shrine in an artists neighborhood in a Tokyo suburb. Quiet woth birds chirping and some cute little statues of dog/fox/wolf (not sure).
Reviewed:2018/11/03 今日の散歩コース
Reviewed:2018/09/03 東京三鳥居らしい

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Tokyo Suginami-ku Asagayaminami 2-4-4 [map]



[Company office] 8:30-18:00
[shrine] 6:00-19:00
open everyday
Free to worship
Parking Lot
Available (about 5 spaces)
Credit Card
Not available

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