Meiji Jingu Shrine

(明治神宮)
Santuario y Lugar histórico
明治神宮, Tokio
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  • Mara Ximena
    "Justo a lado de una de las calles más locas de Tokyo en Harajuku..."(3 Tips)
    Caroline D.
    "It's so peaceful (tranquilo) here and it's a great place to relax with nature."(29 Tips)
    Idioot
    "Great garden (jardín) and Shinto shrine."(10 Tips)
    Jonathan R.
    "Beautiful and peaceful park (parques) that leads to an impressive shrine."(19 Tips)
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  • Los Viajes d.
    Los Viajes de PituAgosto 30, 2016
    Un gran santuario sintoista en medio de un bosque en el barrio de Harajuku. Perfecto para huir de la abrumadora ciudad de Tokio y visita recomendable ⛩️👍👍👍
  • Nacho G.
    Nacho Garcia TejedorAgosto 26, 2017
    Uno de los sitios más chulos del Tokyo central, pero ojo; el templo principal está en obras (agosto 2017) así que no se puede ver ni visitar. Y echaos antimosquitos!
  • Mara Ximena
    Mara XimenaAgosto 15, 2012
    Justo a lado de una de las calles más locas de Tokyo en Harajuku... un lugar lleno de paz y tranquilidad un must! Si visitas esta bellal ciudad :3
  • jose ignacio C.
    jose ignacio CabezasDiciembre 15, 2014
    El parque es fantástico. Merece la pena perder unas horas. Fuera de él están los cosplay, ni les busquéis, no merecen la pena
  • Arturo L.
    Arturo LunaAgosto 21, 2015
    Un lugar con significado espiritual, donde mucha gente va a orar. En el santuario después del punto de lavado de manos y boca, no se permiten fotos.
  • jesbrit
    jesbritOctubre 25, 2015
    Increible templo, si vas en fin de semana puede ser que veas alguna boda
  • Edson L.
    No tan lleno de turistas y bastante cerca del metro, buena opción para caminar 🙂
  • Coke P.
    Coke PerezAbril 1, 2015
    Todo el protocolo para la suerte. Y ver una novia
  • Mortizia13
    Mortizia13Julio 28, 2016
    Fantàstic racó de pau en mig del caos de harajuku.
  • Lara B.
    Lara Burgo DominguezFebrero 26, 2016
    Está bien pero no es imprescindible
  • Mym
    MymAbril 14, 2016
    Atestado de gente.
  • Artyom F.
    Artyom FedosovJulio 27, 2016
    Big shrine dedicated to Emperor Meiji, who opened Japan to the world after long period of self-isolation and after decades made it one of leading countries of the world.
  • Maia W.
    Maia WailanaSeptiembre 14, 2013
    one of my favorite places to visit when i am here. wear comfy shoes, pack lunch and water and set your fuel bracelet for walking!! find a spot to tune out, close your eyes and tune in to nature
  • Jesse J.
    Jesse JohnstonAbril 11, 2016
    Visit. This. Shrine. In the concrete and LED jungle that is Tokyo, Meiji Jingu offers an immediate connection back to nature, quiet and the sacred. Visit at dusk for an especially magical experience.
  • Twins S.
    Twins StifaniEnero 5, 2016
    It's a full experience shrine visit in the heart of Tokyo. Avoid going on a really hot day,or if you do, please take water with you it's easy to loose yourself in the surroundings
  • Cy C.
    Cy ChMarzo 6, 2016
    If you're after a peaceful, undisturbed experience, I'd suggest going very early/avoiding weekends. Aside: Tourists will also make you feel like a zoo animal if you happen to be attending a wedding.
  • Je Oah
    Je OahDiciembre 24, 2016
    A must visited place next to Harajuku station, enjoy walking along the way to the shrine inside. All the area covering by the big tree, good atmosphere, and nice place.
  • Maia W.
    Maia WailanaSeptiembre 21, 2014
    this is a place to take in a little history and to get away from the hustle and bustle a midst the city. weekdays bring your lunch here and unplug. weekends get your walking shoes on and explore.
  • Bailey
    BaileyNoviembre 5, 2016
    Very peaceful and serene temple located in a beautiful park. A nice change of pace from modern Tokyo. I was lucky to catch a traditional wedding on site
  • Yuri R.
    Yuri RamocanNoviembre 28, 2017
    Beautiful shrine located near Yoyogi Park. The path to the shrine is very photogenic. The shrine itself was also awesome. I go back every time I come to Tokyo. Bring walking shoes for the gravel path!
  • Katrina Z.
    Katrina ZaiDiciembre 2, 2014
    Beautiful place. Peaceful serene walk. Feels very calm to be there. Loved visiting this shrine a lot. They post signs for instructions. Have English.
  • Zara
    ZaraFebrero 5, 2015
    Beautiful shrine with very large grounds to stroll around. The only shrine dedicated to people, the Emperor and Empress. I recommend spending a little to get into the Empresses garden. Calm and serene
  • The Ritz-Carlton
    The Ritz-CarltonMarzo 2, 2012
    This famous Shinto Shrine is dedicated to the Emperor Meiji and his Consort. Nearly 1000,000 trees were planted at the time of enshrinement, and form the solemn forest surrounding the area today.
  • Caroline D.
    Caroline DengJulio 9, 2015
    It's so peaceful here and it's a great place to relax with nature. It's located right next to Shibuya station and neighborhood. Write a wish to the temple with an optional donation.
  • Eric
    EricOctubre 26, 2014
    My favorite shrine in Tokyo so far. Large, natural gates surrounding a quiet forest in the middle of the city. Sundays are best to catch beautiful traditional Shinto Weddings
  • Vasilis T.
    Vasilis TanosEnero 24, 2016
    If you visit Yoyogi Park, check this shrine out. Its nice and we we're lucky and could observe a wedding.
  • Hiroto O.
    Hiroto OkadaJunio 22, 2015
    Meiji Jingu is a Shinto shrine. Shinto is called Japan’s ancient original religion, and it is deeply rooted in the way of Japanese life. Shinto has no founder, no holy book, and..... Leer más
  • Hethler D.
    Hethler De ChavezJulio 22, 2016
    The shrine is under renovation but you can still feel the peace and serenity. There's a nearby 'Homotsuden' (Treasure Museum), allocate 1 day of your visit here so you could roam around.
  • Nick T.
    Nick TanAbril 15, 2017
    If you're visiting the Harajuku area, it's most ideal to alight at Kita-sando Station, enter the shrine's north entrance, and exit at its south. Then hop on the subway at Meiji-jingumae Station.
  • nina
    ninaNoviembre 28, 2017
    Dedicated to the first modern emperor of Japan (and his wife). It’s free to enter and truly a beautiful and peaceful place.
    Votación a favor hace May 22
  • DHR.com
    DHR.comSeptiembre 21, 2011
    Find peace and serenity at this Shinto Shrine in Shibuya. Make sure to visit both major areas (Naien and Gaien). You can also write a prayer on a piece of paper and then tie it to the wall of prayer.
  • Ronak D.
    Ronak DayaOctubre 29, 2016
    Take a walk through the park before heading to the shrine. The shrine is very peaceful. Stand in the center of courtyard and take it all in. Closes at 5pm.
  • hiloaloha
    hiloalohaSeptiembre 2, 2012
    Ha estado aquí más de 10 veces
    Meiji Jingu is a Shinto shrine. Shinto is called Japan's ancient original religion, and it is deeply rooted in the way of Japanese life.
  • Bianca V.
    Bianca VasconcellosAbril 5, 2017
    must have spot in Tokyo. Don't miss the trail to garden and sit down in the banchs in front of the lake.
    Votación a favor hace May 22
  • Elise ❥.
    Elise ❥Enero 7, 2017
    Very nice in the evening too when they light the lanterns. Lanterns are individually lit by hand using candles.
    Votación a favor hace May 22
  • Fluying ✅.
    Fluying ✅Diciembre 7, 2015
    On Saturdays if you are lucky you may see traditional Japanese wedding ceremonies (for free). They are lovely.
  • Travel + Leisure
    Travel + LeisureFebrero 21, 2014
    Shibuya’s iconic Shinto shrine, near Harajuku Station in the Shibuya neighborhood, is the perfect place to learn about Japanese history and culture.
  • Kit&kafoodle
    Kit&kafoodleAbril 23, 2017
    Peaceful and beautiful. Take some time out and walk through these gardens and the shrine area. You won't regret it.
  • M. R.
    M. R.Abril 17, 2011
    A tranquil spot near Harajuku. The Emperor and Empress Meiji are buried here. The old trees provide cool shade on a hot summer day. Worth a visit, but avoid New Year's Day as it is beyond busy!
  • Jean-Noël V.
    Jean-Noël VignaroliDiciembre 14, 2015
    Escape the swarming Shibuya and get some quietness in the huge park surrounding the shrine. The walk is definetely worthy.
  • Russell H.
    Russell HirschornAgosto 9, 2015
    In Yoyogi park off JR Harajuku stn, must see when in Tokyo. Go on a Sunday, that area is popular then.
  • Edwin S.
    Edwin ShaoDiciembre 19, 2013
    Meiji Shrine (Meiji Jingu) is Japan's busiest shrine. There always seems to be a holiday, event, festival, wedding or ritual happening here. It's a great place to see life in Tokyo. Leer más
  • Candid Cuisine
    Candid CuisineJunio 25, 2015
    If you don't want to walk in the gravel towards the main shrine, you can take the road beside the snack bar and reach the end of the shrine faster Leer más
  • Dan M.
    Dan Mondragón SomeraDiciembre 10, 2016
    Definitely a must see in Japan. This time (winter) they closed at 4pm. If you are lucky enough, you'll see a traditional bride and groom ;)
  • Brian B.
    Brian BoeltNoviembre 18, 2016
    Nice shrine in a big area. But like many other places in Tokyo its missing pkaces where you can sit and relax to take the whole thing in.
  • Jonathan R.
    Jonathan RbtAgosto 22, 2014
    Beautiful and peaceful park that leads to an impressive shrine. Perfect to get away from the crowds and frenzy of Harakuju!
  • Payne G.
    Payne GarciaAgosto 17, 2013
    Absolutely beautiful! Go on the weekend and you might get to see a traditional Japanese wedding procession. The gardens sucked tho, save your 500 yen.
  • Travel + Leisure
    Travel + LeisureNoviembre 14, 2014
    Seasonal gardens feature spring azaleas, summer irises, brilliant autumn leaves on Japanese maples and ginkgos, and black pines dusted with winter snow. Leer más
  • Jojo
    JojoMayo 7, 2016
    An extremely peaceful and well-maintained shrine. Come here to get away from the hustle and bustle and appreciate some culture and religion.
  • Robin P.
    Robin PintoAbril 10
    The trees in the courtyard were just gorgeous. Added to the beauty of the shrine
    Votación a favor hace May 22
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