Ogikubo Hachiman Shrine

ogikubo-hachimanOgikubo Hachiman Jinja (荻窪八幡神社) is a medium-sized Shinto shrine founded in the late 9th century.
It is a 20-minute walk from Ogikubo Station of the JR Chuo Line or the Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line. Though it's a little far from the station, if you are planning to visit Kansenji Temple and Igusa Hachimangu Shrine, plus you love walking, you might also visit here on your way to these destinations.

First Torii gate
Ogikubo Hachiman Shrine
Shrine precincts
Ogikubo Hachiman Shrine
Second Torii gate
Ogikubo Hachiman Shrine
Shrine office
Ogikubo Hachiman Shrine
Corridor and gate
Ogikubo Hachiman Shrine
Haiden
Ogikubo Hachiman Shrine

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

Kaguraden
Ogikubo Hachiman Shrine

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


If you go northwest from here, you'll get to Igusa Hachimangu Shrine in 12 minutes, and if you head north instead, an 11-minute walk will take you to Kansenji Temple.

Ogikubo Hachiman Shrine
4-19-2 Kamiogi, Suginami-ku, Tokyo MAP
Access: 20-min walk from Ogikubo Station of the JR Chuo Line or the Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line
Area guide around this site