Urban power spots: A tour of Meiji Jingu Shrine
What we'll do
Meiji Jingu Shrine, which is also said to be a power spot, is a soothing space where you can forget the noise of the city. If you're planning to visit, why not tag along with a WOW U-mediator and have them teach you about the proper manners of visiting shrines and the best route around the grounds? Visiting Meiji Jingu Shrine along with a guide will give you a different experience than going alone; in fact, you might just be able to get information that can't be found in guidebooks or on the internet.
①10:00 am- 11:00 am
②11:10 am- 12:10 pm
③1:30 pm- 2:30 pm
④2:40 pm- 3:40 pm
The same tour will take place four times per day.
Please reserve your preferred time slot.
①10:00 am- ②11:10 am- ③1:30 pm- ④2:40 pm-
・Meeting place: Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line, Kita-sando Station Exit 1
・The shrine is about a five-minute walk from Kita-sando Station (Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line).
【Notes regarding late arrivals】
・If you are more than 15 minutes late for the meeting time without contacting your guide, the tour will be automatically cancelled.
・Please note that the tour cannot be extended in the event of late arrival.
- Price per person
- 2,700 JPY ~ / person
- Max participants
- Up to 6 people
- Hosted in English
- Things you need to know before the tour
【Things NOT included in the price of the tour】
・Transportation fees (transportation to and from the meeting place,
・Food expenses (meals, including drinks, will not be provided)
【Things included in the price of the tour】
【Items not allowed on the tour】
【Conditions for participation】
No age limit; anyone can participate.
【Other important things to note】
・This tour requires a minimum of two participants.
※Solo travelers wishing to participate in this tour may do so if they pay the fee for two people.
※If the minimum number of participants is not met, the tour may be cancelled.
・Please also make sure to contact us when making a large number of reservations.
・Transportation fees to and from the meeting place as well as any purchases made during the tour are the individual responsibility of each participant.
1Meiji Jingu Shrine
Meiji Shrine or Meiji Jingu Shrine is one of the most important Shinto shrines in Tokyo. Despite being located in the heart of Tokyo, near Harajuku and Yoyogi Park, it is surrounded by abundant nature and is great for leisurely walks. Every New Year’s day, a great number of people visit Meiji Shrine to pray for happiness. It is believed that visitors can receive blessings for love, studies, business and much more from the shrine.
Photograph provided by Tokyo Convention＆Visitors Bureau