Best Shrines And Temples In Shibuya-ku

Here're best Shrines And Temples in Shibuya-ku. We released a ranking of reviews about Shrines And Temples posted by travel influencers who have actually been to Shibuya-ku.

Instagrammable Shrine And Temple

Address:1-1 Yoyogikamizono-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

Access:3 min walk from Harajuku Station. By car or taxi, 25 min from Shinagawa Station, 25 min from Tokyo Station, or 45 min from Haneda Airport.

Tel:03-3379-9281

Hours:5:00-18:00

Top Review:An Urban Oasis In Harajuku

Though Meiji Shrine is located near Harajuku Station, it's wrapped in a stillness and lush greens. When I visited here in the evening, the sun light came into the huge Torii Arch and showed the fantastic scenery.

Review Ranking

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Address:1-1 Yoyogikamizono-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

Access:3 min walk from Harajuku Station. By car or taxi, 25 min from Shinagawa Station, 25 min from Tokyo Station, or 45 min from Haneda Airport.

Tel:03-3379-9281

Hours:5:00-18:00

Top Review:A Spiritual Power Spot Clear Water Flowing Out

It's a well in the Meiji Jingu Shrine's woods in Tokyo. Here's called the first spiritual power spot. If you set a picture of here as a wallpaper of your phone, you may have a divine grace.

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Address:1-1-24, Sendagaya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan

Access:5 min walk, from Kitasando Station

Tel:03-3401-1284

Top Review:The Shrine with Cute Pigeon Lottery

As the name suggests, "Hato Mikuji" is very cute ♡ 5 minutes walk from Sendagaya station. There is also "Fujizuka", a tangible folk cultural property designated by the capital. As the name suggests, this shrine is popular because it has items related to "dove". This shrine is also popular as a power spot, so be sure to visit it once ♡

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Kitasando

Address:1-1-24, Sendagaya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan

Access:5 min walk, from Kitasando Station

Tel:03-3401-1284

Top Review:The Shrine with Cute Pigeon Lottery

As the name suggests, "Hato Mikuji" is very cute ♡ 5 minutes walk from Sendagaya station. There is also "Fujizuka", a tangible folk cultural property designated by the capital. As the name suggests, this shrine is popular because it has items related to "dove". This shrine is also popular as a power spot, so be sure to visit it once ♡

Harajuku・Meijijingumae Station

Address:1-1 Yoyogikamizono-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

Access:3 min walk from Harajuku Station. By car or taxi, 25 min from Shinagawa Station, 25 min from Tokyo Station, or 45 min from Haneda Airport.

Tel:03-3379-9281

Hours:5:00-18:00

Top Review:A Spiritual Power Spot Clear Water Flowing Out

It's a well in the Meiji Jingu Shrine's woods in Tokyo. Here's called the first spiritual power spot. If you set a picture of here as a wallpaper of your phone, you may have a divine grace.

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