- Suehiro-jinja Shrine
Shrine where Bishamonten, who is one of the 7 Gods of Good Fortune in Nihonbashi, is enshrined.
Suehiro-jinja Shrine has been sitting as a Inari shrine since before 1596. Inari was worshipped as a guardian god at the time when there was Yoshiwara (Yoshihara), the first red-light district in the Edo period, around the area. The shrine was named "Suehiro-jinja" as Chukei (Suehiro fan), with a shape widening toward the end, considered to bring good luck was found in 1675 when the main hall was under renovation.
- 2-25-20, Nihonbashi Ningyocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
- Web Site
- A five-minute walk from Ningyocho Station Exit A3 on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line or the Toei Subway Asakusa Line
- Open Hours
- 9：00～17：00 (The reception counter may not be available.)
- Day Off
- You can visit the shrine anytime. (The reception counter may not be available.)
- Free of charge
- Credit cards
- Special Notes
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