i went there because my friend mentioned i must visit this in tokyo .... average place ....but peaceful .... interesting for western peoples.... not asians .......
About Meiji Jingu Shrine
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We stopped here for a tour of the Meiji shrine; one of the highlights are the large entry Torii gates that towered over the entry ways. The Shrine has several temple areas where you see locals praying. Their is an area where you can write...More
The Shrine was under renovation so, we could not see much of it. On the other hand, the inner garden with irisis was beautiful to visit. Since it was June the flowers were in full bloom.
A friend and I went here to explore an hour before sunset. Very close to the Harajuku subway stop and popular shopping street. The trees made it a cool summer spot. When you get to the shrine, lower your voice as people are praying. Foreigners...More
Although it was raining on the day we visited it was still worth it. The shrine and gardens are beautiful. i would recommend that any one wishing to visit research the nearest railway station , We walked from our hotel in Tokyo and it was...More
From the gigantic Torii gate, to the wall of sake barrels, to the beautiful garden, the lovely shrines and the traditional weddings taking place, there's so much to see and love it's great.
We got off train at Harajuku station and few minutes walk on gravel path. Quite flat but takes a few minutes to get there. Set in bush which is nice to get a break from the heat in July. Temple very nice and when we...More
Definitely a place to see if you love exploring these type of things when visiting foreign countries. Not many tourists around on a Wednesday morning when we arrived, quite peaceful and calm atmosphere. it is a little bit of a walk in to the main...More