Tsukudo Shrine

Shinto shrine in Chiyoda ward (Tokyo, Japan). Tsukudo Shrine features a giant sword on the roof of its building; check it from the street!


築土神社 in Japanese language.

Yes in Japan news about Tsukudo Shrine (read more):

  • Japanese culture in Japan at Tsukudo Shrine {9 January 2015} - At Tsukudo Shrine, you can see how the Shinto religion resits change and fits into a modern city! This Japanese shrine with a traditional architecture is hidden by the structure of a building surmounted by a giant sword but the entrance is clearly marked by a red Shinto gate and two statues of lion-dogs. Enter, […]
  • Iidabashi/Kudanshita area in Tokyo: Martial arts, park, restaurant, shrines {23 November 2014} - Walk in Chiyoda ward near Iidabashi and Kudanshita stations to discover the Japanese culture, see many facets of the Shinto religion, and eat vegetarian food if you stay at a local hotel, study at a language school in Iidabashi, or wonder what to do after your visit of Kagurazaka area, Tokyo Dome City or Jimbocho […]
  • Martial Arts Hall of Japan: Purposes, area, events, tours {18 September 2014} - 42m-high octagonal “Martial Arts Hall of Japan“, the Nippon-budokan was built in Kitanomaru Park to host the first Olympic judo competition during the 1964 Summer Games, promote Japanese martial arts especially among the young, foster health by training body & mind, and contribute to world peace! 14.471 spectators can watch exciting concerts, demonstrations, tournaments… Contact […]

Access in Tokyo

Tsukudo Shrine is the spot 18 on the Yes in Japan map of Tokyo Chiyoda North of autumn/winter 2014:
Map of Chiyoda ward North (Tokyo, Japan) - Front

Key points in Japanese language