Hakusan-jinja Shrine

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.

Basic Information

Address
5-31-26 Hakusan, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo
Phone
 03-3811-6568
Hours
Open year-round
Closed
Open year-round
Fee
Free

Access

  • FromShinjuku Station
    【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
  • FromTokyo Station
    【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
  • FromNarita Airport
    【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
  • FromHaneda Airport
    【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

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