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Hatonomori Hachiman Shrine

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Hatonomori Hachiman Shrine's fujizuka, a mound created to imitate Mt. Fuji, is famous as the oldest such mound within Tokyo. It was constructed in 1789, and is designated a Tangible Folk Cultural Property of Tokyo.
Although the mound is around 6 meters tall, it is said that climbing a fujizuka means the climber is blessed in the same way as if they had climbed Mt. Fuji, and there is a lovely view from the peak. Irises bloom around the same time as the yearly temple founding ceremony takes place (3 June), in the space in front of the fujizuka representing a pond, and are a very pretty sight to see.

Street address

1-1-24 Sendagaya, Shibuya-ku Tokyo
151-0051

Access

  • JR Sobu Line Sendagaya Station, Toei Oedo Line Kokuritsu-Kyogijo,
    Get off at Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line Kita-Sando Station
    Walk 5 minutes

Opening Hours

Shrine office window: 9:00 to 17:00

Closed

Fee

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Best season

All year

Point

繧ケ繝昴ャ繝亥錐

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