Fukawaga Inari jinja Shrine
Shinto shrine which is also called west large Inari shrine for old name of a street
Hoteison, believed to have divine grace for being broad-minded, is one of the Fukagawa Seven Deities of Good Luck and is enshrined here. Fukagawa Inari jinja Shrine is old Shinto shrine of foundation in Fukagawa Area by foundation of (1630) in 1630. The shrine is also called "Nishi-Daiinari," a name that originates from "Nishi-Daiku-machi," the name of the former town around this area. The name of this town is said to come from the fact that the Onagi River, which flows behind the shrine, had been busy with the coming and going of ships since the early Edo Era and shipwrights used to live in this area to repair and made ships. No one lives in this shrine, and it is managed and operated by the town assembly.
|Address||2-12-12, Kiyosumi, Koutou-ku|
|Access||Toei Oedo Line, Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line "Kiyosumi-Shirakawa Station" Exit A1 3-minute walk|