Hakusan shrine boasts a long history; originally built in the 900s, the shrine moved to its current location in 1655. In particular, the hydrangea festival in June is a must-go. The shrine is also known to answer any prayers regarding dental health and toothaches. You can also bring your used toothbrush and place it at the toothbrush memorial.
5-31-26 Hakusan, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo
【Shinjuku Sta.】Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line / for Ikebukuro →【Yotsuya Sta.】Tokyo Metro Namboku Line / for Urawa-misono →【Honkomagome Sta.】from Exit 1 → about a 5-minute walk
【Tokyo Sta.】Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line / for Ikebukuro →【Korakuen Sta.】Tokyo Metro Namboku Line / for Urawa-misono →【Honkomagome Sta.】from Exit 1 → about a 5-minute walk
【Narita Airport Sta.】Skyliner / for Keisei Ueno →【Nippori Sta.】JR Yamanote Line / for Ikebukuro →【Sugamo Sta.】Toei Mita Line / for Hiyoshi →【Hakusan Sta.】from Exit A3 → about a 5-minute walk
【Haneda Airport Sta.】Keikyu Airport Express / for Narita Airport →【Mita Sta.】Toei Mita Line / for Nishi-Takashimadaira →【Hakusan Sta.】from Exit A3 → about a 5-minute walk