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Anamori Inari Shrine

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5-2-7 Haneda, Ota 144-0043 Tokyo Prefecture
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Jeffry b wrote a review Oct 2018
Essendon, Australia5,968 contributions1,278 helpful votes
We were staying at the Keikyu EX Inn near Haneda Airport and decided to go for an after dinner stroll. Much to our surprise, we found a train station on the Kekyu Line less than a couple of hundred meters (yards) away hidden in a back street. The train station was the Anamori Inari Station. We also found a statue which we thought it was an odd looking dog. The statue was wearing a jacket and offerings had been left at the base of the statue. It turns out it was a fox,and that it was connected to the Anamori Inari Shrine, which has lots of fox statues. Foxes may be tricky, but the are also wise. They are not gods, but can intercede on behalf of the believer. In the old days, worshipers came here to pray for a good rice harvest but now people come to pray for just about anything. The foxes may be helpful, but they are not gods. Their status is approximately that of a saint.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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plunet wrote a review Dec 2017
London1,522 contributions139 helpful votes
We woke up early - due to jetlag - when staying at the MyStays Haneda. Early in the morning we ventured out wandering around the streets behind the hotel and found this shrine. Although it wasn't open at the very early hour we arrived it was nice enough to walk around for a few minutes. I'm sure during the day this is a very peaceful spot in the local area.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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Piotr M wrote a review Nov 2017
Warsaw, Poland834 contributions735 helpful votes
this is a beautiful shrine to visit and take a walk to admire the architecture, usually there are no people, so you can enjoy the peace and quiet
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Date of experience: October 2017
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marinexbiologist wrote a review Sep 2017
Boston, Massachusetts1,025 contributions78 helpful votes
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I loved my visit to this hidden gem. It is tucked away inside a quiet Japanese village and is not something that you would see walking around the city unless you deliberately came here.The location is very beautiful and it is a great way to get a sense of the local culture and beliefs.It is a little far from the heart of Tokyo so I would recommend coming here if you are near the Haneda Airport. I would also recommend taking a taxi here as navigating the Keikyū Line was a nightmare.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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Joy_Sinha wrote a review Aug 2017
Kolkata (Calcutta), India2,388 contributions481 helpful votes
Accessible from the Tenkubashi station or Anamori Inari station on the Keikyu Haneda line. The shrine is located in a neighborhood locality. The shrine is modelled after Kyoto's Fushimi Inari shrine. The shrine has many torii - gates lined up in an array. There are many statues of fox. The shrine is dedicated towards the deity of rice cultivation.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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