Meiji Jingu Shrine

4.65 reviews

Though it only dates back to the early 20th century, the Meiji Shrine has become one of the most popular sightseeing destinations in the Japanese capital. It sits in 72-acre forest on the edge of the Yamanote train line, near some of Tokyo’s busiest and most modern neighborhoods.

Overview

Address

Japan, Tokyo, Shibuya Yoyogikamizonocho 1-1 (Directions)

Phone Number

03-3379-5511

Website

Official Website (English, Japanese)

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