Mabashi Inari Shrine

馬橋稲荷神社Mabashi Inari Jinja (馬橋稲荷神社) is a Shinto shrine which is a 11-minute walk from JR Chuo Line Asagaya Station.
The shrine is said to have been founded in the late Kamakura Period -- sometime around the early 14th century.
If you are going to visit Asagaya Shinmeigu Shrine and have some more time, it might be worth visiting.

First Torii Gate
Mabashi Inari Shrine
Second Torii Gate
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Third Torii Gate
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Zuishinmon Gate
Mabashi Inari Shrine

Zuishinmon is a gate where a pair of the statues of guardian deities (Zuishin or Zuijin) are placed.

Inside Zuishinmon Gate
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Haiden
Mabashi Inari Shrine

Haiden is the building in front of which you offer prayers.

Haiden & Honden
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Located behind Haiden is Honden, the very building the divinities are enshrined.

Kaguraden
Mabashi Inari Shrine

Kaguraden is where music, dances and such are offered during festivals.

There's Asagaya Shinmeigu Shrine on the other side of JR Asagaya Station.

Mabashi Inari Shrine
2-4-4 Asagayaminami, Suginami-ku, Tokyo MAP
Access: 11-min walk from JR Chuo Line Asagaya Station
Area guide around this site