So Kasai Shrine is located in Higashi-Kanamachi, Katsushika-ku, Tokyo. It’s about a 12-13 minute walk from Kanamachi Station.
It is located along the bank near the Edogawa River in Higashikanecho, Katsushika-ku.
The entrance looks like this.
Only the shrine’s location is covered by a magnificent mature tree, making it look like a power spot. No, this Kasai Shrine is a power spot.
Kasai Shrine is a historic shrine that is the “birthplace of the festival music” (the date of its foundation is the 2nd year of Genryaku, the end of the Heian period).
There is also a magnificent guest house-like facility where weddings and other events can be held.
The shrine grounds are also quite large, one of the larger of the shrines in Tokyo’s 23 wards.
The main deities of Kasai Shrine are
Kyotsu-nushi no Kami (Lord Kyotsu-nushi)
The god of military fortune, exorcism, and swordsmanship.
Yamatotakeru no Mikoto (Takemikoto)
God of prosperous business, family safety, and valor.
The following is a list of the gods and goddesses who are honored at the shrine.
Please stop by if you are in the neighborhood.
Address and official website
6-10-5 Higashi-Kanemachi, Katsushika-ku, Tokyo 125-0041
Access: 12,3 min. walk from JR/Keisei Kanamachi Stn.