Rokugo Shrine

Rokugo ShrineRokugo Jinja (六郷神社), founded in 1057, is a Shinto shrine which is an 8-minute walk from Keikyu Line Rokugo-dote Station. Rokugo-dote Station is one station north of Keikyu-Kawasaki Station, which is across the Tama-gawa River. Rokugo Shrine a middle-sized, neat shrine.

Shinmon gate
Rokugo Shrine
Inside the gate
Rokugo Shrine
Shaden
Rokugo Shrine
Rokugo Shrine

Shaden is the main building of the shrine. At this shrine, it is composed of the Haiden, the Heiden, and the Honden. The Haiden is where you offer prayers, the Honden is where the divinity is enshrined, and the Heiden connect these two. The present Honden was completed in 1719 but the Haiden and the Heiden was reconstructed in 1987.

Kaguraden
Rokugo Shrine

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

Small garden
Rokugo Shrine
West approach
Rokugo Shrine

Kodomo Yabusame

The Reitaisai, or the annual grand festival, of this shrine is held in early June every year. For details about this event, see Nanakusa Kodomo Yabusame at Rokugo Shrine.

Kodomo Yabusame

Reitaisai

The Reitaisai, or the annual grand festival, of this shrine is held in early June every year. For details about this event, see the article on the Reitaisai at Rokugo Shrine.

Procession of shrine-owned mikoshi
Rokugo Jinja Reitaisai
Kami-jishi dance
Rokugo Jinja Reitaisai
Rokugo Shrine
3-10-18 Higashi-rokugo, Ota-ku, Tokyo MAP
Access: 8-min walk from Keikyu Line Rokugo-dote Station
Area guide around this site