Fukawaga Shinmeigu (深川神明宮), a Shinto shrine which is a 3-minute walk to the southwest from Morishita Station of Toei Oedo Line or Toei Shinjuku Line, holds its Reitaisai (the Annual Grand Festival) in mid-August. Morishita Station is two stations away from Monzen-nakacho Station where Tomioka Hachimangu Shrine is located, and the Reitaisai is usually practiced on the same days with Hachimangu's iconic Fukagawa Hachiman Matsuri.
Reitaisai at Fukagawa Shinmeigu Shrine
The Reitaisai (例大祭), or the Annual Grand Festival, of Fukawaga Shinmeigu is held in mid-August. Every three years, there's a procession of the shrine-owned mikoshi on Saturday and a joint parade of community-owned mikoshi on Sunday. In other years, there's a joint parade of kids' mikoshi on Sunday.
Procession of community-owned mikoshi
Procession of community-owned mikoshi is practiced on Saturday every three years.
Joint procession of community-owned mikoshi
This event takes place every three years on Sunday following the procession of the shrine-owned mikoshi on Saturday.
Waters are splashed at the procession since it is held in mid-summer.
Joint procession of kids' mikoshi
On other years, some communities hold a joint procession of their kids' mikoshi on Sunday.
Access: 3-min walk from Morishita Station of Toei Oedo Line or Toei Shinjuku Line