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Anamori Inari Shrine

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Anamori Inari Shrine is located within walking distance from Haneda Airport. It was built in the Edo period as a guardian deity of the current airport’s embankment.

After the Meiji era, hot spring towns and beaches became popular. At the same time, the Keihin Anamoru Line (currently the Keikyu Airport Line) opened and became crowded.

The shrine moved to its present location after WWII and became known as a shrine for aviation safety and travel safety due to its historical relationship with Haneda Airport.

On the shrine grounds, there are many attractions; sacred sand that is said to bring good luck and benefits to thousands, Inari Sohongu which has the shape of Mt. Inari, and—during the afternoon—you can see planes flying overhead.

General information

Access

3 minutes walk from Anamori Inari Station on the Keikyu Kyuko Line