The Nezu-jinja is an important Shintō shrine in Tōkyō, Japan and considered as a cultural heritage. It is 1900 years old and the current building dates back to 1705. The halls and gates are preserved very well and are some of the oldest in Japan.

Different festivities (“matsuri“) take place here throughout the year. Most important is the Reisai on September 21th.

Bunkyo, 根津1丁目28-9
〒113-0031 Tōkyō

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