Once you've survived the crazy crowds of Nishiki, reward yourself with this shrine at the end. Hard to miss, just look for the lanterns. Walk along the side toward the back to see additional areas.
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Surrounded by chaos and commerce this shrine is a respite from the crazy. It also has well maintained restrooms.
Nishiki Tenmangu is located in Nishiki Food Market and it was such a nice surprise for us. We did not expect to see a holy structure within the food market however it also adds a value to the market itself. In the end you can...More
At the end of Nishiki Market street, Nishiki Tenmangu is dedicated to Sugawarano Michizane, a scholar of the Heian Period. It is a very small schrine. So, don't overlook!
We discovered this tiny shrine by accident. After spending the whole morning at the Nishiki Market in order to avoid the rain outside. The shrine was frequented by many Japanese and the place was crowded with worshiping activity. Much to our interest we join-in with...More
I passed here at night and stopped by because of the lights of lanterns which is so attractive. Small shrine but still looks good even its location is in the middle of shopping street. If you have a change to go to Teramachi at night,...More
It's located at the end of nishiki street, and is connected to the shopping streets. At first we didn't recognize that it was a shrine - but all the lanterns that decorate the gate is impressive! There were a lot of locals and tourists together...More