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Shiba Daijingû is a [[Shinto shrine]] in the Shiba neighborhood of [[Tokyo]] which was historically the chief center of [[Ise Shrine|Ise]] worship in [[Edo]].
 
Shiba Daijingû is a [[Shinto shrine]] in the Shiba neighborhood of [[Tokyo]] which was historically the chief center of [[Ise Shrine|Ise]] worship in [[Edo]].
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Located just east of [[Zojo-ji|Zôjô-ji]], Shiba Shrine and its surrounding ''monzenchô'' area were lively centers of entertainments and activity in the Edo period.
  
 
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==References==
 
==References==
 
*Gallery labels, "Utagawa Toyokuni – A man who surpassed Sharaku," Ôta Memorial Museum of Art, Sept 2019.
 
*Gallery labels, "Utagawa Toyokuni – A man who surpassed Sharaku," Ôta Memorial Museum of Art, Sept 2019.
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*Gallery labels, National Museum of Japanese History (Rekihaku).[https://www.flickr.com/photos/toranosuke/9652330900/sizes/h/]
  
 
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[[Category:Shrines]]
 
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Latest revision as of 06:03, 21 September 2019

  • Other Names: 芝神明 (Shiba Shinmei)
  • Japanese: 芝大神宮 (Shiba Daijinguu)

Shiba Daijingû is a Shinto shrine in the Shiba neighborhood of Tokyo which was historically the chief center of Ise worship in Edo.

Located just east of Zôjô-ji, Shiba Shrine and its surrounding monzenchô area were lively centers of entertainments and activity in the Edo period.

[edit] References

  • Gallery labels, "Utagawa Toyokuni – A man who surpassed Sharaku," Ôta Memorial Museum of Art, Sept 2019.
  • Gallery labels, National Museum of Japanese History (Rekihaku).[1]
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