Handa Inari Shrine / Kanamachi Tokyo

According to tradition, this shrine was built 711 or 1113. In Edo era,  This shrine was depicted in Kabuki and Kyogen. Ukanomitama, Sarutahiko-no-kami and Oomiya-no-menokami are enshrined here. [wzslider]

Kouzou-ji Temple / Kanamachi Tokyo

Kouzou-ji was bulit in 1587 at current site. Here is carrying along the old Mito highway, since it had become the Mito Tokugawa family of drop locations, contains the Tokugawa family Mondokoro. [wzslider]

Kasai Shrine / Kanamchi Tokyo

Kasai Shrine was built in 1185 (The late Heian period). Kasai Shrine started to be enshrined the divided spirit of Katori Jingu Shrine at that time. Futsunushi-no-Kami, Yamatotakeru-no-mikoto and Tokugawa Ieyasu-no-mikoto(first shogunate of Edo gorvenment) were enshrined. Kasai shrine is said to be local entertainment that MATSURIBAYASHI birthplace. [wzslider]