Anamori Inari Shrine

Anamori Inari ShrineAnamori Inari Jinja (穴守稲荷神社) is a Shinto shrine which is a 3-minute walk from Keikyu Line Anamori-Inari Station, which is two stations awary from Haneda Airport.
Founded in 1804 where Haneda Airport is now located, this shrine is relatively new. After the Second World War, GHQ decided to expand Haneda Airport which did not include the former precincts of the shrine until then, so the shrine was forced to move to the present place in 1945.

West approach
Anamori Inari Shrine
Kaguraden
Anamori Inari Shrine

The Kaguraden is the stage where music and dances are performed during festivals.

Shaden
Anamori Inari Shrine

The Shaden, or the main building, was reconstructed in 1965 with concrete.

Passage to Oku-no-miya
Anamori Inari Shrine
Oku-no-miya
Anamori Inari Shrine
Anamori Inari Shrine
Anamori Inari Shrine

At Oku-no-miya, many miniature torii and small fox dolls are dedicated.

Tsukiyama-inari
Anamori Inari Shrine

Tsukiyama-inari is a mound and a small shrine adjoining Oku-no-miya.

Anamori Inari Shrine
5-2-7 Haneda, Ota-ku, Tokyo MAP
Access : 3-min walk from Keikyu Line Anamori-Inari Station
Area guide around this site