The official website of the shrine: anamori.jp Modeled after Kyoto's Fushimi Inari Taisha, the oldest Inari shrine, Anamori Inari Jinja is also dedicated to the deity of rice cultivation. Originally built in 1818 on the site of what is now Haneda Airport, it was moved just after WWII.
Denenchofu was farmland when Japanese industrialist Shibusawa Eiichi purchased much of the area in 1907 for development 1. Eiichi is known as the father of Japanese capitalism. He was involved in founding over 500 Japanese corporations — many of which are still amongst Japan's biggest companies today (e.g. Mizuho Financial Group).
Heiwajima and Higashi-Chofu Park Swimming Pool (follow the free-time system): Swimmers may enter and exit freely, as the ticket is valid throughout day. But once they leave the pool area, they cannot re-enter (Please note that Higashi-Chofu Park Swimming Pool has changed to the free-time system starting this year).
Haneda Airport, used to be mainly known for its domestic flights. In October 2010 however, a new international terminal was opened, now offering a variety of international connections, too. With the new international terminal a second observation deck, in addition to the one at the domestic terminal, was created, too.
Ikegami Honmonji is located on top of a large hill and requires a 96-stair climb. Above but so near to busy Tokyo life, the temple has a peaceful and relaxing feeling, not to mention great views of the city below. Turn right at the top, and you will find a large statue of Saint Nichiren carved from aluminum.
Ikegami Honmon-ji (池上本門寺) is a temple of the Nichiren Shū south of Tokyo, erected where Nichiren is said to have died. Also Nichiren's disciple Nikkō spent the rest of his life at this temple. The temple grounds also include Nichiren Shū's administrative headquarters.
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Get a close-up view of airplanes landing and taking off at Keihinjima Tsubasa Park. Located across a canal from Haneda Airport, this park invites visitors to take a relaxing 1-kilometer stroll along Tokyo Bay. Many movies and dramas are filmed here as you can see the front of airplanes sometimes. Views are especially spectacular at night.
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Nitta Shrine is a shrine based on "Goryo Shinko” which is a Japanese belief. Japanese people viewed natural disasters that threatened people and great plagues as the work of evil spirits. Since the power of the spirits is enormously strong, people thought that the evil spirits could adversely save the people from accidents or disasters by enshrining them as a god.
Senzokuike Park is a lush hideaway, just a short walk from Senzokuike Station. As you wander through the park's foliage-shaded footpaths you’ll find a small shrine, library, playground, and arguably its most famous feature, an expansive pond, home to koi fish, and boats available to rent.
If you want to get a break from the Tokyo crowds and concrete, Tamagawadai Park (多摩川台公園) is a good place to spend your afternoon. Instead of walking to this park from the nearest station Tamagawa, I really recommend you to get out at Den-en-Chofu station.
* When entering the parking facility, please state that you're a customer using Tokaikisen. * A form will be handed to customers using Tokai Kisen. Please fill in the required items when entering the parking facility, and the form will be exchanged for a service ticket (600 yen) upon your return.
The Park is managed by two organizations working in partnership – the Tokyo Port Terminal Corporation and the Wild Bird Society of Japan and manage the park as the designated administrator with the cooperation of the NPO Tokyo Port Green Volunteers and the Tokyo Port Wild Bird Park Volunteer Guides.