Yasaki Inari Jinja (矢先稲荷神社), founded in 1642, is a small Shinto shrine with a small community base. It's located to the west of Asakusa district and is a 7-minute walk to the northwest from Tokyo Metro Ginza Line Tawaramachi Station.
The Reitaisai of the shrine is held in mid-June.
This is a photo of Yasaki Inari Shrine when the Reitaisai is not held.
Reitaisai at Yasaki Inari Shrine
The Reitaisai, or the Annual Grand Fesitval, of Yasaki Inari Jinja is held in mid-June. After this, a Reitaisai of a Shinto shrine with a mikoshi procession will not be held much until the end of August in Tokyo.
There will be a procession of main mikoshi on Sunday during the festival every year. In even-numbered years, the mikoshi proceeds the area the shrine divinities protect all day long, and in odd-numbered years, the mikoshi procession is held only in the afternoon.
Access: 7-min walk from Tokyo Metro Ginza Line Tawaramachi Sta.