Musashino Inari Shrine

Musashino Inari ShrineMusashino Inari Jinja (武蔵野稲荷神社) is a Shinto shrine which is three minutes away from Seibu Ikebukuro Line Ekoda Station.
When it was founded is unknown.
Though the shrine complex is relatively new, it's a fine and interesting one. Haiden is in an unusual shape, in particular.

First Torii gate
Musashino Inari Shrine
Second Torii gate
Musashino Inari Shrine
Zuishinmon Gate
Musashino Inari Shrine
Musashino Inari Shrine

Zuishinmon is a gate which houses a pair of guardian deities (Zuishin) under its roof.

Haiden
Musashino Inari Shrine

Haiden is the building in front of which you offer prayers. The haiden of this shrine is of unusual shape.
Honden, or the building where the divinity is enshrined, is behind Haiden. You can take a glimpse of it through the glass window but not well.

Saigiden
Musashino Inari Shrine

Saigiden is where rituals are held.

Torii gate on the south side
Musashino Inari Shrine
Musashino Inari Shrine
10-1 Sakaecho, Nerima-ku, Tokyo MAP
Access: a 3-min walk from Seibu Ikebukuro Line Ekoda Station
Area guide around this site