The following is taken from the shrine`s home page (Japanese only), which is a little short on history bur has a section entitled “Trivia,” which has two interesting parts.
First, the history. In 1603, when the Tokugawa Shōgunate was establishing itself in Edo, the shrine was set up on the orders of Tokugawa Ieyasu to enshrine the Kami of Fire Prevention, and thereafter it continued to receive Tokugawa support. Despite the enshrined kami the shrine was completely destroyed by fire during the Edo Period, and it was not rebuilt until October 1877. Damage was incurred during the Great Kantō Earthquake of 1923 and after the US bombings of May 24, 1945 virtually noting was left of the shrine eccept the in-ground Tarōbō Jinja. Reconstruction was completed in September 1958.
(Note: numbers in parentheses after kami names
refer to position in How Many Kami table)
From Merged Shrines
Mizuha-no-me-no-kami (32) 弥都波能売神罔象女神
Ōyamazumi-kami (22) 大山祇神
Yamato Takeru-no-Mikoto 186E 日本武尊
Ebisu Daikoku-Sha 恵比寿大黒社
Fukuju Inari Jinja 福寿稲荷神社
Tarōbō Jinja 太郎坊神社
Annual Festival: September 24
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