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Inari Kioujinja (Kiou Shrine)

kansei did fuku*ineka originally in (1653) in 1653, and farmer Seiemon Tanaka of here is kansei Onio honorific title of a Japanese god that we did and Shinto shrine which we enshrined together from Kumano in (1832) in 1832. People used to dedicate tofu as it was believed to be effective for a rash and a swelling.

As misfortunes occurred successively to the family afterwards when owner slashed with sword as I heard a sound bathing in water as for the rare water bowl (ward designated cultural assets) which we put washbowl on overhead of wicked ogre every night in the civil administration year (1818-30), it was dedicated to (1833) Onio Shinto shrine in 1833.

Also, there is Fuji mound built in 1930, but it was divided into two parts when the shrine was renovated in 1943.

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Postal code 〒160-0021
Address 2-17-5, Kabukicho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
Nearest stations and access
  • It is a 2-minute walk from Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line Higashi-Shinjuku Station
Tel 03-3200-2904
FAX 03-3200-2919
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