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Updated: October 1, 2019

Yoyogi Hachimangu Shrine 代々木八幡宮

Yoyogi Hachiman Shrine, 5-1-1 Yoyogi, Shibuya City, Tokyo

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Have your prayer answered at this shrine from the Kamakura period

Yoyogi Hachimangu Shrine used to be a lively village 4,500 years ago. This shrine was founded in 1212, during the Kamakura period, and is dedicated to the war god Hachiman. Torii gates and temples built with stones tinted by green and grey give the historic site a peaceful atmosphere. The surroundings are dense with trees, making it hard to believe that it is in the middle of a city.

You'll find Yoyogi Hachimangu Shrine most crowded during the Goldfish Festival held on the 4th Sunday in May and the Reitaisai Festival on September 22nd-23rd. Locals will tell you to pray to the gods to have your dreams come true.

How to Get There

  • Yoyogi-Hachiman StationOdakyu Line5 min on foot


Opening Hours

  • 9:00-17:00

  • Closing days: Open daily

Facility Info

  • Parking

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