- Houdou-Inari Shrine
A protective deity living quietly in the backstreets of Ginza
It is said that the beginnings of this shrine lie with the wise ruler Yazaemon from the Edo Period, when he moved an enshrined deity here from another shrine to pray for raising children. The region then became known as Yazaemon-cho.
Many worshippers gather here to receive benefits that include finding a good romantic match and aid with parenting. As Yazaemon-cho is the place where many large companies were founded, this shrine is also famous for being visited by many entrepreneurs.
- 4-3-14,Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo (Along Hodo Inari-koji Alley)
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- A one-minute walk from Ginza Station Exit B4 on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, Marunouchi Line, or Hibiya Line （Enter from Hodo Inari Roji, Hodo Inari Sando)
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