Hanazono Jinja

Hanazono Jinja has housed the guardian deity of Shinjuku area since the Edo era and is regarded as having a divinity and brings about success in business, fertility, and marriage. It is popular especially among women. It is also known as a deity of public entertainment. Famous for having many performing art rituals and offerings such as dramas and songs, many singers and actors worship this shrine. Some events are held regularly by several theatrical companies within its premises. People come here not only to worship, but also to rest or to meet their friends. Hanazono Jinja is a place loved by locals.

Address
5-17-3 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
Contact No.
+81-3-3209-5265
Access
Short walk from Shinjuku-sanchome Station on Tokyo Metro, 5-min walk from Shinjuku Station on the JR line, Odakyu line, and Keio line.
Opening Hours / Holidays
Open all year round
Official Website
http://www.hanazono-jinja.or.jp/
Time Required
15 minutes
Admission fee
Free

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Itokuinari Jinja, a power spot 

Itokuinari Jinja is located in the premises of Hanazono Jinja and is known as a power spot to those who are in the know. It is believed to have divine favor in bringing about harmony between married couples, pregnancy, matchmaking, and the success of love. Many young women and couples worship this shrine with much hope and expectation. The red torii (gates) may make you feel like you took a step into a tunnel that leads to a different world.

Get a lucky find at the antique market, Aozora Kottoichi

Hanazono Jinja antique market is held on every Sunday. There are around 40 shops, you can find antique kimono, and other vintage items. People casually drop by on Sundays, since it's near the Shinjuku shopping district. How about going there and get lucky with something unique?

Torinoichi 

Torinoichi  is an annual festival held in November. As many as 600,000 people get together for this event. You will see many street stalls selling Kumade, a lucky charm for prosperity in business. The tents set up by the temple exhibit rare items, art, animals, and you might also see people with strange or unusual abilities.

Source:yahoo!ブログ

Hanazono Jinja

Hanazono Jinja has housed the guardian deity of Shinjuku area since the Edo era and is regarded as having a divinity and brings about success in business, fertility, and marriage. It is popular especially among women. It is also known as a deity of public entertainment. Famous for having many performing art rituals and offerings such as dramas and songs, many singers and actors worship this shrine. Some events are held regularly by several theatrical companies within its premises. People come here not only to worship, but also to rest or to meet their friends. Hanazono Jinja is a place loved by locals.

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Itokuinari Jinja, a power spot 

Itokuinari Jinja is located in the premises of Hanazono Jinja and is known as a power spot to those who are in the know. It is believed to have divine favor in bringing about harmony between married couples, pregnancy, matchmaking, and the success of love. Many young women and couples worship this shrine with much hope and expectation. The red torii (gates) may make you feel like you took a step into a tunnel that leads to a different world.

Get a lucky find at the antique market, Aozora Kottoichi

Hanazono Jinja antique market is held on every Sunday. There are around 40 shops, you can find antique kimono, and other vintage items. People casually drop by on Sundays, since it's near the Shinjuku shopping district. How about going there and get lucky with something unique?

Torinoichi 

Torinoichi  is an annual festival held in November. As many as 600,000 people get together for this event. You will see many street stalls selling Kumade, a lucky charm for prosperity in business. The tents set up by the temple exhibit rare items, art, animals, and you might also see people with strange or unusual abilities.

Source:yahoo!ブログ

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