Hikawa Shrine is a Musashi Ichinomiya shrine in Saitama Prefecture.
The red building of Hikawa Shrine stands out beautifully at dusk.
It is said to have a history of more than 2,400 years, and it is one of the oldest shrines in the Japan that was the origin of the place name of Omiya as a great palace residence. As Musashi Ichinomiya, it gathers faith in the entire Kanto region, and the first visit is crowded with many worshippers.
Hikawa Shrine names are located mainly in Omiya, Saitama Prefecture, Tokyo, and Kanagawa Prefecture, and there are more than 280 companies.
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