Fukutoku Shrine (Membuki Inari) Information, Map and Access

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Business fortune is prosperous at Futoku Shrine (Membuki Inari), which has long watched the commercial city of Nihonbashi, and pray for fortunes such as winning a lottery.

About Fukutoku Shrine

Fukutoku Shrine has been watching over the transition of Nihonbashi for a long time since the Heian period.

It was initially revered as an Inari Shrine in Fukutoku-mura, Musashi country, and it is said that it was also revered thickly by warlords of Oda Doshiko and Tokugawa Ieyasu, who are also close to Edo Castle.

In addition, the second General Shoji Duke praised him as “Fukutoku is a deity worthy of being a true deity” when he participated on the 8th of New Year’s Day (1614).

At this time, I saw that spring sprouts were rising from the torii with a skin of an ankle, which is an ancient example of that time, and I was given another issue of “Mebuki Inari”.

Furthermore, in addition to having been widely revered in the commercial city of Nihonbashi as a profitable “Inarisan” with prosperous business, even the few temples and shrines that were allowed to perform “Tomikuji”, the current lottery, from the Edo Shogunate Because there was, there are many people praying for fortune increase such as lottery winning.

On the other hand, there are many who visit us for starting new life, and for new business development, etc., with the new issue of “Mebuki Inari”, and for new challenges such as new business development.

In the neighborhood there are also a number of long-established stores that have been around since the Edo period and new commercial facilities such as Coredo Muromachi.

Map and Access

Basic Information

Spot nameFukutoku Shrine (Membuki Inari)

2-4-14, Nihonbashi Muromachi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

Nearest station(A short walk) Mitsukoshimae Station,Shin Nihonbashi Station
(10 minutes on walk) from JR Kanda Station or JR Tokyo Station
Business hoursIt can be visited all day
※ It is from 8:00 to 17:00 that the company hall is open

※ About facility information, there may be information that is not necessarily accurate on our site due to changes over time.

Official Site

About Fukutoku Jinjya Shrine
About Mebuki Inari Shrine ―Nihonbashi, Tokyo.