Meiji Jingu

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Things to Know Before Visiting Meiji Jingu

  • 0.12% of people who visit Tokyo include Meiji Jingu in their plan

  • 64% of people start their Meiji Jingu visit around 11 AM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Meiji Jingu

Tuesday, Thursday and Friday

94.44% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Meiji Jingu

People normally club together Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building and Shinjuku Sumitomo Bldg while planning their visit to Meiji Jingu.

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Meiji Jingu, Tokyo Reviews

  • A great place to visit. Kindly reminder: Tourists should walk two sides (right and left) instead of walking in the middle as a kind of respect. It's because in their tradition only the God/ people in highness could walk in the middle only. I saw many tourists don't know and take pictures in the middle. They will not blame you but it is not a right thing in their tradition.

  • a must visit place in tokyo! the warm breeze in summer is exceptionally good but i think it would be best if you prepare yourself for a long walk because from the main entrance to the shrine is REALLY far. but the scenery is beautiful!

  • One of the largest shrines in Tokyo. Giant Wooden Tori gates are very welcoming. A nice park to take a break and have a walk from the crowds in the city. The entrance and all the route to the shrine is flanked by old trees which form a canopy above your head. There are fortunes available for only ¥100. Many other souvenirs are available. If you are lucky, you can see Japanese traditional wedding here. Must visit place.

  • A wonderfully leafy retreat tucked away in central Tokyo. Stroll in the shade or sit in quiet contemplation at the shrine. Easily spend an hour wandering here.

  • One of the most largest shrines in Tokyo and the welcoming Wooden Tori gates in the entrance is a great photo spot. After a walk in the beautiful landscape you will arrive at the front of the actual shrine deep inside the forest. Throw a coin and pray your prayers and have a look at the ornaments and souvenirs the Mikos (Shrine Maiden) sell. Tripods are not allowed in the shrine.

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