Places of Interest

Places of Interest

Nippon Budokan

10 minutes by train from Suitengumae Station

Tokyo Dome

10 minutes by train from Suitengumae Station

Tokyo Skytree

10 minutes by train from Suitengumae Station

Tokyo Station

10 minutes by train from Suitengumae Station

Tokyo International Forum

15 minutes by train from Suitengumae Station

Tokyo Tower

15 minutes by train from Kayabacho Station

Odaiba

45 minutes by train from Kayabacho Station

Haneda Airport

25 minutes by
limousine bus

Tokyo Disney Resort

25 minutes by train from Kayabacho Station

Ueno Zoo

15 minutes by train from Kayabacho Station

New National Stadium

25 minutes by train from Suitengumae Station

Tsukiji Fish Market

5 minutes by train from Kayabacho Station

Places of Interest in Nihonbashi

Places of Interest in Nihonbashi

Seven Gods of Good Fortune in Nihonbashi around map

Seven Gods of Good Fortune in Nihonbashi

Seven Gods of Good Fortune in Nihonbashi stands quietly along Nihonbashi Dori and Ningyocho Dori, where the spirit of an old Edo town remains. If you have time, take a stroll and visit the seven gods while experiencing a glimmer of old Edo.
(There are actually eight shrines including two Ebisu shrines.)

Seven Gods of Good Fortune in Nihonbashi

Koami Shrine (Fukurokuju and Benzaiten)

Koami Shrine (Fukurokuju & Benzaiten)

Fukurokuju is a god of fortune and longevity and Benzaiten is a god of business prosperity and academic success. The Doburoku Festival at the end of November is known for its improvisational performances.

Chanoki Shrine (Hotei–on)

Chanoki Shrine (Hotei–son)

Hotei–son is a god of fortune and happiness and is worshipped as a god to prevent fire.

Suitengu Shrine (Benzaiten)

Suitengu Shrine (Benzaiten)

Benzaiten is a god famous for conception and safe childbirth and also prevents water disasters.

Matsushima Shrine (Ootori Shrine) (Daikokuten)

Matsushima Shrine (Ootori Shrine)(Daikokuten)

Until the great fire of Meireki in 1657, Ootori Shrine faced an entertainment district. Many people, including those engaged in arts and entertainment, paid homage at the shrine. Tori–no–Ichi is held in November.

Suehiro Shrine (Bishamonten)

Suehiro Shrine (Bishamonten)

Bishamonten is a guardian deity of the world and also a god that provides good fortune.

Kasama Inari Shrine (Juro–shin)

Kasama Inari Shrine (Juro-shin)

This is a god of longevity, guidance, and good luck.

Suginomori Shrine (Ebisu–gami)

Suginomori Shrine (Ebisu-gami)

This is a god of business prosperity and fortune. Ebisu–taisai is held in October.

Takarada Ebisu Shrine (Ebisu–gami)

Takarada Ebisu Shrine (Ebisu-gami)

Hatsu–Ebisu is held on January 20, and Ebisu-ko is held on October 19 and 20.

Nearby Restaurants

Ningyocho Imahan
(main restaurant in Ningyocho)

Ningyocho Imahan (Main restaurant in Ningyocho)

This famous, long–established restaurant dates back to 1895. Kisentei on the first floor serves teppanyaki, and sukiyaki and shabu–shabu are served in the second-floor Japanese–style room, where premium–grade Japanese black beef is also prepared.

Address: 2-9-12 Nihonbashi-Ningyocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

Tel: +81-3-3666-7006
Closed on New Year’s Day

Ningyocho Imahan

Homi–tei

Homi-tei

A western-style restaurant established in 1933 that serves meals in a Japanese-style room (tables also available) and well-known western dishes such as stews, steaks, and croquettes, enjoyed with chopsticks in a quiet, Japanese atmosphere.

Address: 2-9-4 Nihonbashi–Ningyocho, Chuo–ku, Tokyo

Tel: +81-3-3669-8008
Closed on Sundays

Purana Barca

 Purana Barca

Inside this restaurant is a quiet dining area with a fireplace. Private dining rooms are decorated with images of Ernest Hemingway’s study, and the elegant interior and simple yet stately design is like that of a ship captain’s cabin. The menu is themed after a New York City trattoria, offering stone oven pizza, pasta dishes with seasonal ingredients, and a selection of wines from around the world.

Address: 1F 1-3-2 Nihonbashi-Kakigaracho,
Chuo-ku, Tokyo

Tel: +81-3-5651-3393
Closed on Saturdays

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