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Toyokawa-City Toyokawa Inari - Toyokawa Kaku Myogonji Temple (Enpukuzan Toyokawa-Kaku Myogon-ji)

  • Toyokawa Inari - Toyokawa Kaku Myogonji Temple (Enpukuzan Toyokawa-Kaku Myogon-ji)
  • Toyokawa Inari - Toyokawa Kaku Myogonji Temple (Enpukuzan Toyokawa-Kaku Myogon-ji)
  • Toyokawa Inari - Toyokawa Kaku Myogonji Temple (Enpukuzan Toyokawa-Kaku Myogon-ji)
  • Toyokawa Inari - Toyokawa Kaku Myogonji Temple (Enpukuzan Toyokawa-Kaku Myogon-ji)
  • Toyokawa Inari - Toyokawa Kaku Myogonji Temple (Enpukuzan Toyokawa-Kaku Myogon-ji)
  • Toyokawa Inari - Toyokawa Kaku Myogonji Temple (Enpukuzan Toyokawa-Kaku Myogon-ji)

The Temple of The Fox Gods, Toyokawa Inari

Toyokawa Inari is considered one of Japan’s Big Three Inari Temples, along with Kyoto’s Fushimi Inari and the Yutoku Inari Temple in Saga Prefecture. Established in 1441 by the monk Tokai Geki, the Toyokawa Inari is a paradox. It is both a Sodo sect Buddhist Temple, as well as a Shinto Shrine, dedicated to Inari Okami, the god of fertility, rice and agriculture, industry and worldly success. If that’s not enough, it is also dedicated to the god of foxes. In fact, there are literally thousands of stone foxes and carvings located throughout the picturesque 1,272 hectare precincts.

SPOT OVERVIEW

  • Parking
  • Bus Stop
Location : 〒442-0033
1 Toyokawa-cho, Toyokawa-City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
Fee : Prayer service charged
Opening
days / hours
: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM (Telephone inquiry hours)
Parking : Available, paid (Toyokawa Inari Visitors Large Parking Lot (Sanpaisha Daichushajo))
Passenger cars 500 yen/day
Large vehicles 1,000 yen/day
Buses 1,000 yen/day
*: Parking availability limited, please use public transportation as best as possible.
Restrooms : Available
Phone number : 0533-85-2030 (Toyokawa Kaku Myogonji Temple (Toyokawa Inari))
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ACCESS

  • Access by public transport
    Access by public transport
    From Nagoya Station:
    -Take the Tokaido Shinkansen bound for Tokyo with stop at Toyohashi, alight at Toyohashi Station and board the JR Iida Line, then alight at Toyokawa Station and walk 3min northwestwards, or;
    -Take the JR Tokaido Main Line bound for Toyohashi and Hamamatsu, alight at Toyohashi Station and board the JR Iida Line, then alight at Toyokawa Station and walk 3min northwestwards, or;
    -Take the Meitetsu Nagoya Line bound for Toyohashi, alight at Ko Station and board the Meitetsu Toyokawa Line, then alight at Toyokawa-Inari Station and walk 3min northwestwards.
  • Access by car
    Access by car
    Approx. 10min (3.5km) southwestwards from Toyokawa I.C. of the Tomei Expressway via routes 151, and 5.

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