Asakusa Otori Shrine


Museums & Attractions


Said to be the first shrine to celebrate the Tori no Ichi festival, the all-day spectacle that takes place two to three times every November at shrines across the city, this Asakusa landmark is dedicated to Jurojin, one of the Seven Lucky Gods.


3-18-7 Senzoku, Taito-ku, Tokyo

Transport Iriya Station (Hibiya line), north exit; Asakusa Station

Telephone 03-3876-0010


Please note: All information is correct at the time of writing but is subject to change without notice.

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