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Meiji Jingu Shrine
The Meiji Emperor and Empress Shoken are worshipped at this shrine. Originally, the area was a wasteland, so the forest surrounding the shrine was planted with many different kinds of trees. The design concept was “The Eternal Forest”, and it requires no maintenance. For this reason, the shrine grounds themselves overflow with vegetation, and Japanese iris blooms in the imperial garden.
1-1 Yoyogi Kamizonocho, Shibuya, Tokyo
Gate open at sunriseGate close at sunset* Confirmation required since the precise timing may vary depending on the month of visit
Running and walking with pets are prohibited in the Shrine precinct. Collecting branches and nuts are not allowed in the premise.
- Exit "Harajuku Station" of JR Yamate Line- Exit "Meiji Jingu Mae Station" of Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line/ Fukutoshin Line
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