Hokkaido Jingu Shrine
In 1869, Emperor Meiji selected three protecting deities for the reclamation of Hokkaido (God of Okunitama, God of Onamuchi, and God of Sukunahikona) and enshrined them here, hoping that they would provide pioneers with “something to believe in.” That is the beginning of Hokkaido Jingu Shrine’s history.
In 1964, the “God of Emperor Meiji” was also enshrined, which now makes the number of Gods enshrined there four.
Address : 474 Miyagaoka, Chuo-ku, Sapporo, Hokkaido
URL : Official Site
Open hour : 7:00-17:00 (winter hours subject to change)