About Kanda Shrine(神田神社)

Kanda Shrine (or Kanda Myojin Shrine), located in the heart of Tokyo, is revered as the protective deity for 108 neighborhoods including Kanda, Nihonbashi, Akihabara, Otemachi, the former Kanda Market, and the Toyosu Fish Market.

Affectionately known as "Myojin-sama," the shrine attracts visitors year-round, cherished by locals and tourists alike.

The shrine enshrines a wealth of deities such as Daikokuten (Daikoku-sama), Ebisu, and Masakado, each revered as a guardian of different domains.

These deities collectively enhance the shrine’s spiritual significance, making it a focal point for those seeking divine support in various aspects of life.

As a historical site that has evolved alongside Tokyo’s development, Kanda Shrine provides a sanctuary of peace amidst the urban bustle.

It is a place where tradition and modernity converge, making it a must-visit sacred spot for those seeking spiritual fulfillment and historical insight.


The blessings of Kanda Shrine

  • Matchmaking: Promotes the development of romantic and interpersonal relationships, aiding in forming meaningful connections.
  • Business Prosperity: Highly revered by entrepreneurs and merchants, it fosters economic success and business growth.
  • Disaster and Misfortune Prevention: Removes calamities and misfortunes from daily life, ensuring peace and safety for its visitors.


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