Meiji Jingu Shrine

This shrine was built in honor of the Emperor and Empress Meiji in 1920. These royals were credited with making Japan more extroverted and opening it up to foreigners. This Shinto shrine is magnificent- the gates leading to the shrine known as Torii in Japanese are 1700 years old and are made of extravagant cypress. The structure itself is also composed of Japanese cypress with green copper roofs sitting atop the temple. The gardens contained within the gates are beautiful- trees, shrubs, and beautiful flowers adorn the gardens.  
Timings: Daily, sunrise- sunset

Admission: Free
 
Address: 1-1 Kamizono- Cho, Yoyogi

Tel: 03-3379-5511 

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