Igusa Hachimangu

Attractions, Religious buildings and sites Nishi-Ogikubo
Igusa Hachimangu

Time Out says

A symbol of Zenpukuji, this grandiose shrine is said to have been founded in the 12th century. It's annual festival, held on October 1, sees more than 200 matsuri stalls set up, while performances of traditional arts also take place. The mikoshi are paraded through the nearby streets every three years, while a yabusame (horseback archery) performance, said to date back to the Kamakura period, can be seen once every five years.

Posted:

Details

Address: 1-33-1 Zenpukuji, Suginami-ku
Tokyo

Transport: Nishi-Ogikubo Station (Chuo, Sobu lines)
Contact:

Users say