Structures reserved for Shintoism.
Shrine is the spiritual spot of Shinto which is Japanese Native Religion. Make sure you check out our manner tips for visiting Japanese Shrine because Shrine is not the travel spots. It is spiritual place where you pray for your luck. Shinto Shrine is open for all religion. Some of Japanese Shrine have great history which you can see historical shrine.

The contents of this Subcategory

Meiji Jingu Shrine

Nikko Toshogu Shrine

Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine

Kotai Jingu, or Ise Jingu Naiku

Itsukushima Shrine

Dazaifu Tenmangu

Izumo Oyashiro

Yasukuni Shrine

Kashima Shrine

Zeniarai Benten Shrine

Fuji Sengen Shrine

Toyoukedai Jingu, or Ise Jingu Geku

Atsuta Shrine

Kumano Hongu Shrine

Kumano Nachi Shrine

Haruna Shrine

Sumiyoshi Grand Shrine

Akibasan Hongu AKiba Shrine

Kasuga Grand Shrine

Katori Shrine

Togakushi Shrine Chusya

Suwa Grand Shrine Akimiya

Shimogamo Shrine

Kitano Tenman-gu Shrine

Futarasan Shrine

Kunozan Toshogu

Kashihara Jingu

Usa Jingu Shrine

Dewa Sanzan Shrine

Yoshino Mikumari Shrine

Iwakiyama Shrine

Aiki Shrine

Takeda Shrine

Togakushi Shrine Okusya

Suwa Grand Shrine Honmiya

Hikawa Shrine

Kumano Hayatama Shrine

Sengen Grand Shrine

Shizuoka Sengen Shrine

Isonokami Jingu

Mitsumine Shrine

Iga Hachiman Shrine

Kifune Shrine

Yushima Tenjin

Hatsumoude at Samukawa Shrine

Hie Shrine

Kameido Tenjin Shrine

Orihime Shrine

Kibitsu Shrine

Heian Jingu Shrine

Sumiyoshi Shrine

Kamikura Shrine

Hirou Shrine

Mishima Grand Shrine

Shirahama Shrine

Hakone Shrine

Kasama Inari Shrine

Hanazono Shrine

Myogi Shrine

Kanasana Shrine

Tamaki Shrine

Taga Grand Shrine

Tochigi Hagurosan Shrine

Kodaiji Temple

Kamigamo Shrine

Aekuni Shrine

Sasuke Inari Shrine

Chichibu Shrine

Imado Shrine

Hatsumoude at Kanda Myojin

Gokoku Shrine

Takeisao Shrine

Hayasizaki Iai Shrine

Kibitsuhiko Shrine

Kumano Asuka Shrine

Toyokuni Shrine

Subashiri Sengen Shrine

Goshado of Akagami Shrine

Nasu Onsen Shrine

Omiwa Shrine

Hodosan Shrine

Yudonosan Shrine

Ozaki Shrine

Towada Shrine

Kawaguchi Asama Shrine

Awa Shrine

Araya Yama Shrine

Raiden Shrine

Otsuka Hill

Fuji Omuro Sengen Shrine

Yoshimizu Shrine

Yaegaki Shrine

Ichinomiya Asama Shrine

Niutsuhime Shrine

Yasaka Shrine

Kifune Shrine Okumiya

Seimei Shrine

Sunosaki Shrine

Himure Hachiman Shrine

Hananoiwaya Shrine

Suyama Sengen Shrine

Chichibu Ontake Shrine

Sai shrine

Akutsu Hachiman Shrine


Yoka Shrine

Oarai Isosaki Shrine

Ushijima Shrine

Tsurugaya Hachiman Shrine

Isoyama Benzaiten

Yamamiya Sengen Shrine

Iyahiko Shrine

Koma Shrine

Oumi Jingu Shrine

Akiba Shrine Shimosha

Shiramine Shrine

Daishogun Hachi Shrine

Asaka Kunitsuko Shrine

Birthplace of Isami Kondo

KumanoKotai Shirne

Oyama Afuri Shrine

Kasugayama Shrine

Togakushi Shrine Hoko Shrine

Takio Shrine

Suwa Grand Shrine Maemiya

Amano Iwato Shrine

Sanko Shrine

Kintoki Shrine

Fujimoto Shrine

Suimu Shrine

Ishiwari Shrine

Kisegawa Yahata Shrine

Hibara Shrine

Niu Kanshobu Shrine

Nagoya Toyokuni Shrine

Hachitakesan Shrine

Shutendoji Shrine

Fujishiro Shrine

Horaisan Toshogu Shrine

Kimpu Shrine

Takateru Shrine

Tsukiyomi no Miya Shrine

Shinoda Kuzuha Inari Shrine

Shinzan Shrine

Tatsunogozen Shrine

Kumomi Sengen Shrine

Oiwainari Tamiya Shrine

Kumano Shrine

Yamanaka Suwa Shrine

Suwa Grand Shrine Harumiya

Suhara Shrine

Samono Shrine

Amanawa Shrine

Suwa Hachiman Shrine

Ohara Shrine

Hakone Hakusan Shrine

Goryo Shrine

Kuehiko Shrine

Ootataneko Shrine

Wakamiya Inari Shrine

Kainan Shrine

Kanazakura Shrine

Chiryu Shrine

Hinomiko Shrine

Kotohira Shrine

Teppozu Inari Shrine

Okehazama Shrine

Kagano Hachiman Shrine

Fuji Homi Shrine

Musashi Shrine

Fuchu Kompira Shrine

Izumi Shrine

Nanko Shrine

Sumo Shrine

Iwadateo Shrine

Osake Shrine

Ryugu Shrine

Shiogama Shrine

Morokuchi Shrine

Sahimeyama Shrine

Meiji Jingu Shrine

Travel Information

Check out one of the most famous and visited Shirin, Meiji Jingu (明治神宮). Meiji Jingu Shrine is dedicated to the divine souls of Emperor Meiji and his consort Empress Shoken.

Emperor Meiji passed away in 1912 and Empress Shoken in 1914. After their demise, people wished to commemorate their virtues and to venerate them forever. So they donated 100,000 trees from all over Japan and from overseas, and they worked voluntarily to create this forest. Thus, thanks to the sincere heart of the people, this shrine was established on November 1, 1920.

Visitor Info.
There is a parking space.

0. at Shinjuku Station.
1. use JR Yamanote Line to Harajuku (5 min.)
2. walk west (2 min.)