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Akagi Shrine

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Akagi Shrine

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1-10 Akagimotomachi, Shinjuku 162-0817 Tokyo Prefecture
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✅A great birthday/ surprise gift for anyone who likes Japan<br>*If you can't find the convenient time slot, please send me a request. *<br><br>This is an online interactive experience so please take off your mask and turn on your camera and microphone! :)<br><br>After introducing ourselves to each other, we will start exploring Tokyo together.<br><br>I will show you the popular landmarks, food, culture, and some tips to enjoy the city like locals by using pre-recorded videos, photos, and some quizzes along the way.<br><br>Tokyo is a big city. Let's grasp the lay of the land, what Tokyo has to offer, and get ready for your future trip to Tokyo(physical one!).<br><br>Places we cover are; Tsukiji and Toyosu market, Meiji shrine, Senso-ji temple, Harajuku, Shinjuku and Shibuya area.<br><br>*If you are not familiar with the Zoom app, please enter the room 5-10 mins earlier to check your camera/ microphone.*<br>*We will start the tour on time so please make sure not to be late. *
$15.00 per adult
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Dr. Shibuyakko wrote a review Mar 2019
Tokyo and California34,525 contributions124 helpful votes
Not a touristy shrine in a great district of Kagurazaka where you'll find many unique shops and restaurants.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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Mina H wrote a review Feb 2019
173 contributions37 helpful votes
A local and popular shrine has breathtaking fashionable and modern shape designed by famous architect Kengo Kuma, who worked on the National May Stadium for 2020 Olympic & Paralympic games, as well as many other outstanding museums and landmark buildings. Fortune charms in different colors may be a perfect souvenir for you and yours.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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Wombling_Free_7548 wrote a review Nov 2018
Bristol, United Kingdom1,426 contributions484 helpful votes
If you are in the neighbourhood do pop in to see this small shrine. There is not much by way of grounds so it only took 10 mins to explore, so I wouldn’t suggest making a special trip.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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Yoshiland wrote a review Aug 2018
Tel Aviv, Israel110 contributions24 helpful votes
Beautiful Akagi shrine by the famous Kenzo Tange is a charming shrine. Hidden from the street noise, it is very quite and serene, beautiful clean modern vibe. The stairs near the shrine will take you down an old street with pretty little houses, old Tokyo style.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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nekonounchi wrote a review May 2018
Katsushika, Japan27 contributions11 helpful votes
This shrine is very quiet and very clean. If you want to make a wish without hurry, this is the best place. There is a nice cafe right next to the shrine. I ordered a cup of ice cream and a cup of tea. They both are great. It’s nice to look at the shrine while sitting quietly. There is a bakery shop near the entrance. It’s called Kameidou. It’s popular among local people. This is a small space, so you may find it difficult to find. But the wall is green, you wouldn’t miss it.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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