Prayers for good business abound at Hie Shrine. This sanctuary in the middle of Chiyoda-ku is beautiful. Well worth a visit!
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This is a nice shrine so close to Capitol Hotel Tokyu. It was such a good idea to check this out after long flight to Tokyo. It was a very peaceful place with several local people. Spritual.
hie shrine is a nice morning or evening area to visit. very peaceful. u even hv an escalator to go up partially to the shrine. it is not crowded except on festival days. a very good place to relax, chillout and reflect.
This place is lovely and picturesque. My 4 yr old enjoyed following me with the ritual face and hands wash and then praying at the temple. You can pick up some talisman and charms from the little shop. No food although a vending machine for...More
Located in Tameike-sanno and Akasaka area, the shrine up on the hill is where you can enjoy traditional Japanese architectures and living culture. This place is surprisingly quiet in the busiest part of Tokyo so good for just resting, too. Use an escalator to ascend....More
I did not actually go inside the shrine. I did not want to disturb those who were praying. So we stayed inside the shrine grounds to take pictures. When I came in late April, it was still quite beautiful. The sakura trees were still in...More
A hidden Gem in the middle of the City, dont miss the Tori Path leading to the Shrine. It makes for an amazing photo opportunity as well as a just a great visit. The shrine is nice and if you are lucky to see a...More
i found this temple because i saw the picture of it's hundreds red torii (gates) in the internet. it's not as much as the one in Fushimi inari in kyoto, but it's a beautiful temple in the hills. the atmosphere was so serene. i really...More
This shrine has a long history but somehow it looks modern and not so authentic. It's OK to visit if you're in the vicinity but don't bother if not.
We stumbled upon this shrine in Akasaka. Not too many people and it seems like it is more of a local shrine compared to some of the extremley visited tourists shrines. Be sure to venture to the back of the grounds to find a really...More