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Okunitama Shrine, Fuchu

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Ōkunitama Shrine (大國魂神社, Ōkunitama Jinja) is a shrine located in Fuchū, Tokyo, Japan. Six shrines in Musashi province were consolidated and their gods enshrined there. Ōkunitama is now known as one of the five major shrines in Tokyo, the others being the Tokyo Great Shrine, Yasukuni Shrine, Hie Shrine and Meiji Shrine.
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  • best to visit early morning time. this shrine is very historic one and rarely seen in center of Tokyo, really.  more »
  • Such a beautiful Shrine surrounded by tranquil gardens. As ever a lovely quiet spot in the middle of a busy location, the grounds are well maintained, some gorgeous water features and other...  more »

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