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Reviewed 2 August 2015 via mobile

We went here on a sunday, and there was a market. We were there around 3 pm, and they were packing the market down, but we still got to see and buy some cool stuff. A lot of tea-related things like pots and bowls. Really nice place!

Date of experience: August 2015
Thank Karin N
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Reviewed 16 June 2015

In addition to places of worship are quite widespread in the city of Tokyo, is known as the birth place of martial arts sumo. For those of you who are interested in sumo-related souvenirs, can be found here.

Date of experience: July 2014
Thank Jack F
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Reviewed 28 April 2015

Next to the hotel I stayed in. When I was visiting the shrine, there was a flea market going on, so it was very crowded. But we can still visit the shrine itself and look around.
They have very cute omamori (good luck charms), and the omikuji I pulled was "Very Good Luck", so it was a great visit :)
It was on several walking pavements renovations that week.

Date of experience: April 2015
Thank Sisilia S
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Reviewed 23 March 2015

Go around midnight on New Year's Eve and eat your way through the street vendor stalls selling just about everything. We always run into a sumo wrestler or two. Sundays there are (weather permitting) antique/flea markets on the grounds where you can stock up on gifts for yourself or friends back home. An out-of-the-way shrine which gives you a different part of Tokyo to explore.

Date of experience: February 2015
Thank Indigo_Scott
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Reviewed 21 January 2015

This shrine is an awesome place for Sumo lovers interested in Sumo history. This is the location of the Yokozuna Stone and has all Yokozuna names scribed in the stone. The history that this place has seen....

Date of experience: November 2014
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