Quiet and relaxing place inside of bustling Tokyo.Don't hesitate to come here for a walk in the park.
About Meiji Jingu Shrine
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It a definite must see when in Tokyo - the entire area is impeccably maintained and feels serene and peaceful, even when there are large crowds visiting. The highlight was being able to observe a traditional Japanese wedding procession through the temple, which provides a...More
The shrine is being renovated for the 100th anniversary which is coming up soon: they are replacing the copper roof, and as a result, the actual shrine building is masked off for construction. They've put a lovely photo of the shrine on the masking, so...More
After a 15minute scenic walk through thick trees, you find yourself in front of the main shrine (just keep following the signs to the main shrine, there are smaller side paths along the way). There was a lot of construction going on when I arrived...More
A great half day tour, loved walking around and learning about history. Great picture opportunities, we visited in cherry blossom season so the weather was lovely. Lots to learn about here. Whilst it's gets busy with tourists there was still times of quiet for thinking...More
You walk into a special and peaceful place in the heart of Tokyo. You can see the beauty that is the Meiji Shrine. It was quiet and respectful. You are surrounded by nature and see plenty of green in the middle of a major metro...More
The walk to the Shrine is a complete departure from the bustling city. The trees are greener and the path more peaceful, with every step you leave the city behind. The temple is quite nice. It is he departure from the city and the communion...More
I first came here in 2013 and I walked around starting at 6 a.m. That was like a religious experience for me. I returned a few weeks ago past 12 noon. There were considerably more people. The walk to the shrine proper was still nice....More
This was the only shrine we visited in Tokyo. It was in a beautiful foresty area and a lovely shrine. The biggest downside was that it got really crowded with tourists.
Amazing serenity in such a Tokyo concrete jungle. Hard to believe you are in one of the busiest cities in the world!! A truly special Japanese shrine set amongst an beautiful forest. Lots of people but it still doesn't spoil the serenity.