Meiji Jingu Shrine

Meiji Jingu (明治神宮)

If you are visiting Harajuku street by any chance, you might as well take few more steps to stroll around Meiji Jingu. You may find peace in your mind at a quiet shrine with cedar trees especially after walking around the busy crowded city of Harajuku.  The architecture of Meiji Jingu is very elegant and beautiful.  It may be a good place to give yourself a moment to take a deep breath and relax.  

Address: 1-1 Yoyogi Kamizonocho, Shibuya, Tokyo Prefecture 151-0052, Japan
Tel: +81 3-3379-5511

Open hour:

Jan 06:40AM-04:20PM

Feb 06:20AM-04:50PM

Mar 05:40AM-05:20PM

Apr 05:10AM-05:50PM

May 05:00AM-06:10PM

Jun 05:00AM-06:30PM

Jul 05:00AM-06:20PM

Aug 05:00AM-06:00PM

Sep 05:20AM-05:20PM

Oct 05:40AM-04:40PM

Nov 06:10AM-04:10PM

Dec 06:40AM-04:00PM

Closest station and exits
1. JR Harajuku Station (Omotesando Exit)
2. Tokyo Metro, Meiji Jingu Mae Station (Exit 2)

Good day to visit:
Sunny day, weekday, morning

Picture Guide to the Restaurant

・Total distance: 100m, 1min (on foot)

・Starting Point : Tokyo Metro Meiji Jingumae Station, Exit 2

From JR Harajuku Station, Omote Sando Exit 

・Steps to follow : 1 - 9

1. Facing Tokyo Metro Meiji Jingumae Station, Exit 2, turn around and start your way.    


2. Walk straight for about 30m until the end of that hallway.  

3. Follow the direction to Exit 2.  Go upstairs from here.  

4. When you come outside, turn around and follow the arrow.  


You will find JR Harajuku Station ahead of you.  

5. Walk straight for about 20m.    

6. Make a right turn at the bridge.  

7. Take the bridge and make a right turn.  

8. After you make a right turn, you will find the entrance to Meiji Jingu.  

9. Enjoy your time in Meiji Jingu Shrine (明治神宮)!  


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