Mizuinari Shrine is a Shinto shrine famed for it’s healing powers in the Nishi Waseda park of Shinjuku, Tokyo.
If you have a problem with your body, it is believed that if you touch the fox and then touch your own body, and it will ease your pain.
There is also a monument of Horibe Yasube’s revenge on his enemies and a statue of Ninomiya Kinjiro near the shrine.
Mizuinari Shrine Information
|Address||3-5-43 Nishi-Waseda, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo|
How To Get To Mizuinari Shrine
- 15 minute walk from Edogawabashi Station (Exit 1A) on the Rakucho Line
- Or Toei Arakawa Line, 5 minutes walk from Maekagebashi Station
- Or Tozai Line, 7 minutes walk from Waseda Station
Attractions Nearby Mizuinari Shrine
- 100m > Kansen-en Park: Circular garden developed in the Shimizu family’s villa.
- 400m > Dr. Tsubouchi Theatre Museum: Commemorates the translation of the complete works of Shakespeare by Dr. Shoyo Tsubouchi
- 500m > Ana Hachimangu shrine: Shrine known for its red gate and horseback archery displays