Nearest station

Tenkūbashi

  Keihin Kyūko Line

Tōkyō-to, Ōta-ku,  Haneda  6-15-1

東京都大田区羽田6-15-1

藤崎稲荷神社

  Fujisaki Inari Jinja

Home page: none

February 20, 2018

Enshrined Kami:  

Main

(Note: numbers in parentheses after kami names

refer to position in How Many Kami table)

 

From Merged Shrines

None

In-ground Shrines:

None

 

Earliest mention of:   

Annual Festival:    

Background

This one is really just for the record. I came across this small neighbourhood jinja jammed in between two houses in a quiet residential district while walking from Shirauo Inari to Tamagawa Benzaiten. I have been unable to find any information on it other than a brief comment that it was founded in the late Edo Period and has never suffered any significant fire damage. The current torii was erected in April 2012. Again, the photos, just six in number though they are, must speak for themselves.

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Fujisaki Inari Jinja 藤崎稲荷神社
Fujisaki Inari Jinja 藤崎稲荷神社
Fujisaki Inari Jinja 藤崎稲荷神社
Fujisaki Inari Jinja 藤崎稲荷神社
Fujisaki Inari Jinja 藤崎稲荷神社
Fujisaki Inari Jinja 藤崎稲荷神社
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