TF Top 10……Abandoned Inari Shrines In Tokyo’s 23 Wards

The vast majority of the hundreds of shrines in Tokyo’s 23 wards are well-maintained and looking as good as is possible. However, there are some lacking in love and care where the weather has taken its toll on the torii gates or they have just been left unattended for a long time and have subsequently been taken over by the vegetation surrounding them. Please note that all of these shrines are nameless and just listed as Inari Shrine on Google Maps.

1. Inari Shrine, Shinagawa-ku. More details here.

2. Inari Shrine, Nerima-ku. More details here.

 

3. Inari Shrine, Nerima-ku. More details here.

 

4. Inari Shrine, Sumida-ku. More details here.

 

5. Inari Shrine, Suginami-ku. More details here.

 

6. Inari Shrine, Ota-ku. More details here.

 

7. Inari Shrine, Setagaya-ku. More details here.

8. Inari Shrine, Setagaya-ku. More details here.

 

9. Inari Shrine, Adachi-ku. More details here.

 

19. Inari Shrine, Adachi-ku. More details here.

Likelihood is that there are some more abandoned shrines in Tokyo’s 23 wards but they just don’t feature on Google Maps so if you know of any please let me know as many details as possible in the comments below.

Click on the following links for other posts from the ‘Foxed In The Head’ Series…

#1. Itabashi     #2. Toshima   #3. Kita   #4. Katsushika   #5. Shinagawa   #6. Kōtō   #7. Shibuya     #8. Nerima     #9. Meguro     #10. Bunkyo     #11. Sumida     #12. Nakano     #13. Edogawa     #14. Taito     #15. Chiyoda     #16. Suginami     #17. Chūō     #18. Ota     #19. Arakawa     #20. Minato     #21. Setagaya     #22. Adachi     #23. Shinjuku

Click here to read `TF Top 10……Smallest Inari Shrines In Tokyo (Part 1)

Click here to read `TF Top 20……Smallest Inari Shrines In Tokyo (Part 2)

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