Otori Shrine


Museums & Attractions


Aspiring and struggling business owners alike have been flocking to this shrine for years, on account of a curious linguistic quirk: its name, Otori, can also be read as 'large gain in wealth'. Each November, it holds a pair of Torinoichi markets that are almost as popular as the ones held in Asakusa.



3-1-2 Kami-Meguro, Meguro-ku, Tokyo

Transport Meguro Station (Yamanote, Namboku, Mita lines)

Telephone 03-3494-0543


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

Restaurants & Cafés near Otori Shrine

Sushi Rinda

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Le Verre Volé à Tokyo

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Jurumen Ikeda

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Hara Donuts

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Fruit Parlour Meguro (Kajitsuen Riiberu)

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