Tokyo Daijingu Shrine
Tokyo Daijingu Shrine was built in 1880 so that people in Tokyo could worship the deity enshrined in the Grand Shrine of Ise, one of the most sacred shrines in Japan, located approximately 500km west of Tokyo. The deity enshrined at Tokyo Daijingu Shrine purportedly aides in matchmaking, propelling its popularity nationwide. The beautiful Shinto-style wedding ceremony also originated here, a tradition which continues to this day. This prestigious shine boasts four unique halls perfect for social events, and the entire site can be hired out exclusively for use. Soak up the atmosphere of traditional Japan at this stunning venue.
|Room/Space||Floor||Size（m2）||Seated||Standing||Price（JPY）||Hours of use||Remarks|
|Ground of the temple||1||120||—||—||Inquire||10:00 - 21:00||Food/Beverage not permitted|
|Kamiji Room Annex||2||165||80||100||Inquire||10:00 - 21:00|
|Shikinami Room||3||144||76||100||20,000～||10:00 - 21:00|
|Mizuho Room||3||162||92||120||30,000～||10:00 - 21:00|
|Isuzu Room||4||313||150||250||50,000～||10:00 - 21:00|