Yabo Tenman-gū

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Yabo Tenmangū
谷保天満宮
Yaho Tenmangu.jpg
Honden of Yabo Tenmangū
Information
Type Shimmei Shrine
Dedicated to Sugawara no Michizane
Founded 903
Address 5209 Yaho, Kunitachi-shi, Tokyo
Website www.yabotenmangu.or.jp
Shinto torii icon vermillion.svg Glossary of Shinto

Yabo Tenman-gū (谷保天満宮?) is a Shinto shrine in Kunitachi, Tokyo, Japan.

History[edit]

Located next to the Kōshū Kaidō highway, Yabo Tenman-gū claims to be the oldest Shinto shrine in the Kantō region dedicated to Tenjin, the deified Sugawara no Michizane, having been built in 903 AD by Michizane’s third son.

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Links[edit]

Media related to Yaho-temmangū at Wikimedia Commons

Coordinates: 35°40′48.6″N 139°26′37.2″E / 35.680167°N 139.443667°E / 35.680167; 139.443667