Nedu Shrine Information, Map and Access

Shrines and temples

There are seven buildings that have become the largest shrine buildings in the Edo period and designated as important national cultural assets.

About Nedu Shrine

Nezu Shrine is an old-fashioned Shrine that is reported to have been created by Yamto Takerunomikoto in Sendagi from 1900 years ago, and during the year of civilization Dokan Ota enshrined the shrine.

During the Edo period, the fifth generation Shogun Tokugawa Tsunayoshi consecrated the current main shrine when the passage was decided, and resigned from the former home of Sendagi.

In the Meiji Restoration, he was sent an envoy on the occasion of Emperor Meiji Otoko, and was able to learn the prayers of national security.

Basic Information

Spot nameNedu Shrine

1-28-9 Nezu, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo

Nearest stationTodaimae Station (5 minutes on foot)
Sendagi Station (5 minutes on foot)
Nezu Station (5 minutes on foot)
Business hoursVisiting time 6:00-17:00
Reception hours 10:00 to 16:00
Reception stamp reception time 10:00 to 16:00

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

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