Namiyoke Inari Shrine


Museums & Attractions


This shrine was built in the Edo era at what was then the water's edge. As new land was artificially created, the seashore became susceptible to flooding. The name of the shrine translates to 'protection from waves' – praying here was to ensure the safety of Edo's shores.



6-20-37 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku

Transport Tsukiji Station (Hibiya line), Tsukijishijo Station (Oedo line)

Telephone 03 3541 8451


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