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Kasama Inari Shrine Tokyo, Japan (October 13, 2018)


Kasama Inari Shrine Tokyo, Japan (October 13, 2018)

Next to the Imperial Palace, as a second-parents,
Hikawa silent to Meiji-za for special performances.

I’m not a fan of the Hikawa silent,
It’s for my parents, so I decided to watch it together. (^ ^;

Meiji-za is located near Hamamachi station.
The train connection was troublesome, so I moved by taxi.

There are two temples and shrines near Meiji-Za,
First of all, I decided to visit another Tokyo company of Kasama Inari Shrine in Ibaraki Prefecture.

Address: 2-11-6 Nihonbashi hamamachi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Enshrined: the soul of Yu he worship, the god of Kotobuki
Founded: Ansei, 6 (1859)
Company Rating: Nihonbashi Seven Lucky Gods Tour

Historical
The person in charge of the fifth shogun Tokugawa Tsunayoshi Makino Narada
A vast mansion, a garden, and a fountain pond are set up in the land which was received as a shimoyashiki by public Tsunayoshi
The Inari, Sanno, and Hachiman were dedicated in the Tsukiyama.

Sadadori Makino, the eldest son of Narisada, 4 years (1747)
When it is rolled from Kyoto Shoshiro to Hitachi Kasama,
In the precedent, I took the place to pray for Kurumi Inari Shrine (Kasama Inari Shrine).

Hitachi Kasama Clan No. 1 Yashiro Lord Makino Sadao Ansei (1859),
The spirit of Kasama Inari is enshrinement in the current location in the Edo Shimoyashiki.

After the enforcement of the obsolete clan, the house of Makino relocated to the green town of this place
In 1888, the Kasama head office is of at the request of the Makino family.

General 2 years (1923) The shrine was destroyed and rebuilt immediately after the Great Kanto earthquake.
It was damaged again by the Tokyo large air raid in 1945.

In December of the same year, the main office was rebuilt and temporary declared was established.
The front shrine of the Showa 28 (1953) After the war is rebuilt, and it reaches the present.

Torii

It is a small shrine.

Front Shrine

[Hand Water bowl]

[Komaeda Nagito Fox]

[Red Seal]

Because I did not take it this time, the seal book for the shrine is a note place.

There were two bodies, and it was a pay of 500 yen each.<!–

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Original article source:https://blog.goo.ne.jp/051006250510/c/bb8afc9871315864716c87dda801653e

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