Fussa Shichifukujin Kumagawa-jinja Shrine

Travel Guide - Fussa Shichifukujin Kumagawa-jinja Shrine

Information

The sublime Kumagawa-jinja Shrine from the Azuchi-Momoyama Era (1573 - 1603) is the oldest wooden building in Fussa city, and is one of the designated tangible cultural assets of Tokyo.
There is the Mori Museum of Art in the precincts, and Takara-ichi Market (an antique market) is held on the second Sunday every month.

Opening Hours

  • Open 24 hours

Closed

  • No closing days

Access / Public Transport

  • 8 minutes walk from JR Kumagawa Station
  • 12 minutes walk from Haijima Station on the JR lines or Seibu Haijima Line (SS36)

Address / Location

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