Nezu-jinja is the shrine in Nezu, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo. The old days are also called “Nedu-gongen”. When an heir was decided, Edo Period Godai general Tokugawa Tsunayoshi made the present main hall of the shrine.
Yamato Takeru No Mikoto enshrined a god or deity for first time before nearly 1900, and Tokyo is told and is ranked as ten one companies. The great writer who represents Japan such as Mori Ogai and Natsume Soseki has kept dwelling in a vicinity, and a historic site for these great writers is also left.
The azalea azalea en in about 6600 square meters is famous, and which are about 100 kinds and 3000 stocks from the middle of ordinary year April to the last ten days, the color blooms vividly. “Bunkyo azalea festival” is held according to the best time.
Address: Nedu 1-28-9, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo (GoogleMap)