Yoyogi Hachimangu Shrine

Yoyogi HachimanguYoyogi Hachimangu (代々木八幡宮), founded in 1212, is a Shinto shrine located in the Yoyogi area, and is where the spiritual guardian of the area is enshrined.
It's a 5-min walk from Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line Yoyogi-koen Station, or a 5-min walk from Odakyu Line Yoyogi-Hachiman Station.

First Torii Gate
Yoyogi Hachimangu
Yoyogi Hachimangu
Second Torii Gate
Yoyogi Hachimangu
Yoyogi Hachimangu
Haiden
Yoyogi Hachimangu

Haiden is where you offer prayers.

Covering of Honden
Yoyogi Hachimangu

This concrete building behind Haiden is covering Honden. Honden is where the divinities are enshrined.

Kaguraden
Yoyogi Hachimangu

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

Reconstructed dwelling
Yoyogi Hachimangu

A trace of a pit dwelling from 4,500 years ago was discovered on the shrine grounds, and the dwelling was reconstructed and is being displayed.

Yoyogi Hachimangu Shrine
5-1-1 Yoyogi, Shibuya-ku, TokyoMAP
Access: 5-min walk from Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line Yoyogi-koen Sta./ 5-min walk from Odakyu Line Yoyogi-Hachiman Sta.