Lighting up of turning red is performed in Kansen-en Park, Mizuinari Jinja (Mizuinari Shinto Shrine) until from November 17 to December 10.
You can enjoy deepening autumn colored leaves of Shinjuku by light up!
[Date and Time] Friday, November 17 16:30 ...
Place: In the neighborhood of Kansen-en Park arbor
From November 17 to December 10
Until from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00
Closing the gate time is extended until 20:00 during period.
3-5, Waseda, Shinjuku-ku
3-5-43, Waseda, Shinjuku-ku
Kansenen Park is an old park that has existed since Edo era. The park is so large that it includes Mizuinari shrine. Kansenen was named after the spring water that comes from the center of the park. There had been a statue built in 1811by the spring water, but it was moved to in front of Mizuinari shrine.
Kansenen Park is a circuit style garden with a pond shaped like a gourd at the center of the park.
Specifically, it is ⇒ Kansen-en Park
There was a famous spot called Takadafuji mound in Edo era to the north of Hosenji, and around Waseda University building 9.
Takada Fuji was the oldest in Edo, and, in 1779 (Anei 8), post of Ueki of Takada-mura, Takada non-specialist dealt.
Takadafuji mound was broken down between 1963 and 1964 when Waseda University bought a land in order to establish Mizuinari Shrine. The mound was restored inside the shrine.
Specifically, it is ⇒ Mizuinari Jinja (Mizuinari Shinto Shrine)
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