Inari Kio Shrine, Shinjuku

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#100 of 529 in Historic Sites in Tokyo
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  • September 27, 2017
    Higashi-Shinjuku Station is preferred. Visitors between the very quiet and busy with work and enters the premises located in the city and be healed. Small but many attractions. A suikinkutsu is a saw for the first time, but water down little by little jars in the ground and clean sound; Rare though it seems. Hear the sound from a tube of bamboo on the ground but was very clean tone.
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  • September 7, 2017
    The shrine is surrounded by nature. Good is the worship of the nationals of Japan travel. Not hot.
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  • September 2, 2017
    Enshrined in the southeast of the JR Shin-Okubo station 400 M. Collect the faith as the only demon Fortune bestowed and is famous in the awarding of protecting her. Skin disease and other illness in blessing. He is honoured at the Mishima Shrine precincts of Ebisu in one of the seven lucky gods Shinjuku autograph.
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  • June 11, 2017
    Is a Shinto shrine in Kabukicho building town feel natural. Fun is good sounding suikinkutsu Fuji, is nice. I like to go when the next month was the Fuji mountain is 7/1 to say also.
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  • May 20, 2017
    One of shichifukujin. Shinjuku Yamanote. Frog stone God has said granting wishes and wishes to argue a strangely shaped stones. KOMA shrine in children is rare.
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  • June 12, 2017
    The night I went, was quiet. Was a magical time and really big Bullfrog on the cobblestones.
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  • November 13, 2016
    Co Inari Shrine was built in the place of Ohkubo village called 0/1653 (1653) and treasure 2 years (1752) in Kishu Kumano gongen Oni Oni shrine was enshrined at 0/1831 (1831).  Shrines and temples of the name of the demon king, try on a nationwide scale is rare. Faith 'healing and rubbing down affected areas keep stroking until healed, when diseases such as rashes and tumours, which dedicated tofu and the tofu was during the Edo period.  Skin diseases in the blessings that is unique and unusual. Demon King looks different masakado Taira said. Small votive shrine and easy. * In terms of aesthetic appeal, has posted many feel too.
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  • March 20, 2017
    After waiting I found by chance. Attracted by that impact names, I was allowed to visit.
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