Nezu Shrine is one of Japan’s oldest shrines and a key attraction in the Yanaka area. The shrine is known for its long line of small torii gates and, if you are visiting in spring, the 3,000 azaleas which bloom in the outer grounds.

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Location
1-28-9 Nezu, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-0031
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Getting there
5 minutes from Nezu Station on the Chiyoda Line or Todai-mae on the Namboku Line
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