Koami Shrine Information, Map and Access

Shrines and temples

The God of Good Luck, Omi Shrine, which is the company of Tokyo Senso Benten. Many visitors come to Tokyo as one of Tokyo’s leading power spots, benefiting from bad things and improving fortunes.

About Koami Shrine

When the plague spread in the vicinity of the Shinto shrine in 1466, a netty’s niece visits the shrine with a rice field covered by a net on the sea, and the priest of that time offers it to God and prays day and night.

It is said that the villagers were delighted. Dokan Ota also heard about this god, and visited the shrine and contributed land.

At the time of the Tokyo Great Air Raid, it is revered as a “God of Good Luck” because the ground including the shrine was miraculously escaped from the war.

In the precinct Zeniarai no I(Mean a well)”, it purifies money and puts it in a wallet etc. It spreads to a rut when it is endorsed, and it is now called “Tokyo Zeniarai Benten”, and there is a profit improvement for fortune.

Map and Access

Basic Information

Spot nameKoami Shrine

16-23, Nihonbashi Koamicho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo

Nearest stationNingyocho Station
Kayabacho Station
Sutengu Station
Business hours24 hours worship time
Reception hours 9:00-18:00
Reception stamp reception hours 9:00-18:00

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

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