Located in the heart of Tokyo, this Shinto shrine in Shinjuku was already considered ancient during the Edo Period. The shrine is in the same neighbourhood as venerable department store Isetan, and the bustling Kabukicho district. Hanazono has the verdant abundance of Shinjuku Gyoen, and it attracts people looking to relax and refresh themselves in a relatively quiet place downtown. New Year’s is one of the biggest events of the year here, as is the Tori no Ichi and other seasonal festivals.
|Venue name:||Hanazono Jinja||Contact:|
5-17-3 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku
|Transport:||Shinjuku Station (JR, Odakyu, Keio lines), east exit; Shinjuku-Sanchome Station (Marunouchi, Shinjuku lines), exit B3|
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Hanazono Shrine Tori no Ichi
The famed triple Tori no Ichi markets at Hanazono Shrine get underway with a warm-up festival on the first night of each set of days, while the main event is the following day. There'll be 60-odd stalls selling decorative kumade rakes, said to bring good...Markets and fairs Wednesday October 31 2018 - Monday November 26 2018 Free