Igusa Hachimangu Shrine
Igusa Hachimangu (井草八幡宮) is a large Shinto shrine in the western suburbs of Tokyo.
When it was founded is unknown, but it emerged into the history in the late 12th century.
It's a 17-min walk from Seibu Shinjuku Line Kamiigusa Station or Kamishakujii Station.
On the east entrance stands a Torii gate.
The east approach to the shrine buildings is 200 meters (656 feet) long. Every five years, Yabusame (shooting arrows from running horseback) is held here.
Romon houses two statues of guardian deities.
Kaguraden is where music and dances are performed during festivals.
Haiden is where people give prayers to divinities enshrined in Hoden behind Haiden. You cannot see Honden at this shrine.