Hie Shrine is Ubusuna-gami (Guardian deity for the land) for Tokugawa shoguns.
Sanno Matsuri is a well-known festival in Tokyo, which is held in mid-June in even-numbered years. .
From Tameike-sanno (Ginza Line, Namboku Line) exit7, use the escalator to the shrine entrance (ascending escalator only).
|Entrance||Few steps in part|
|Inside||Few steps in part|
|Parking||Parking space in toll parking|
|Access||Ramp installed to the main building|
|Nearest station||Kokkai-gijidomae:Tokyo Metro (Chiyoda Line, Marunouchi Line) |
Tameike-sanno:Tokyo Metro (Ginza Line, Namboku Line)
|Elevator between platform and ticket gate||Kokkai-gijidomae (Marunouchi Line, Chiyoda Line):Elevator available |
Tameike-sanno(Namboku Line):Elevator available
|Elevator between ticket gate and outside||Kokkai-gijidomae (Marunouchi Line): Elevator available |
Kokkai-gijidomae (Chiyoda Line): No elevator available, chair lift available
Tameike-sanno (Namboku Line): Elevator,chair lift available
|The nearest station is Tameike-sanno (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, Namboku Line). |
From the Exit7, go to the ground with a elevator.
Go straigth to Sanno intersection. When you pass through the front of the Sanno Park Tower, you will find the Torii (shrine gate) on your right. To the shrine entrance, use the escalator (UP only) from the Torii (shrine gate) .