Agree with reviews that not worth a detour as it is not on tourist trail but then that it what I liked about it. Small, serene and uncrowded.
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Nogi Shrine, situated between Aoyama Itchome and Roppongi in the small quiet neighborhood of Nogizaka, is an excellent shrine to visit if you want a quick experience of a shrine without lots of people taking photos or walking around. The shrine is also next to...More
Make sure to get there at 8AM, otherwise is so crowed that you can't walk by yourself trough the gates, the people takes you! It is horrible, you can't enjoy it. We went one day around 11AM and we had to leave, returning next morning...More
The shrine had a very peaceful feel to it and was nice to look around. There is a little room you can go in which tells you the history of the shrine and about General Nogi and his wife. I found it very interesting!
Nogi Shrine is about five steps away from Nogizaka Station. There is no admission fee to enter and it's a peaceful walk through a well-kept garden and shrine. The orange torii gates are beautiful and there is a public restroom on the grounds. I wouldn't...More
I wouldn't say it's a must-see, but it's an unusual shrine and there's some good people watching. There's a subway station almost next to it, and Roggongi's museums and shops are within walking distance.
Nice place to visit even in the autumn time. Great for a walk and enjoying Japanese culture.The autumn leaves made is look very beautiful.
You are welcomed by a row of chalet style huts selling kimono's and other tourist stuff. Then the temple appears with its red lanterns and incense fire. A worthwhile visit.
After a long flight from Europe and having jet lag I visited this shrine, My first shrine around 5am on a saturday morning. Loved the modern stone Tori gate going up to the shrine. seems quite big but as it was my first visit to...More