Ōtori Jinja is dedicated to Amenahiwashinomikoto and Yamatotakeru no Mikoto. One of the specialties of Tori-no-ichi is the rake, which used to be sold as a farming tool, but is now sold as a decoration and a good-luck charm to bring good fortune and prosperous business.

Related: The origin of Tori-no-ichi at Owashi Shrine in Adachi-ku

Ōtori Jinja Details

NameŌtori Jinja
HoursFree in the precincts
Closedwithout a holiday
Address3-18-7 Senzoku, Taito-ku, Tokyo

Access Options To Ōtori Jinja

  • 7 minutes walk from Hibiya Line Iriya Station North Exit #3
  • 8 minutes walk from Asakusa Station on Tsukuba Express

Ōtori Jinja Map

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