Ishihama Jinja (石浜神社) is a Shinto shrine established in 724. It is a spiritual branch of the Ise Grand Shrine in Mie Prefecture.
Because this shrine was relocated a little bit in 1988 when improving the river banks of the Sumida River flowing adjacent to the shrine, most of its buildings are relatively new.
This shrine is a 15-min walk from Minami-Senju Station of the JR Joban Line, Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line, or Tsukuba Express, and is close to the San'ya district, which is recently popular among foreign visitors for its budget inns. If you're using an inn here you may as well visit here. San'ya district is a slum but even a slum is safe in Tokyo.
Haiden is where you offer prayers.
Honden is where the main deities of the shrine are enshrined.
Kaguraden is where music is played during festivals.
This mound, which is dedicated to Mount Fuji, is made of rocks from the base of the mountain.
Reitaisai, or the grand festival, of Ishihama Shrine is held annually in late May, though the shrine's mikoshi parade is conducted only in the even-numbered years.