Nezu Shrine
As a local landmark that dates back to the Edo period, Nezu Shrine has an air of calm that makes it the perfect place to slow down and relax.

Established by Tokugawa Tsunayoshi in 1706, the shrine is situated within lush surroundings and retains a number of its original gates and buildings.

Amidst these traces of the past, locals and travellers explore the expansive grounds, while budding photographers can be seen documenting the opulent architecture and the changing of the seasons.

The shrine is widely known for its azalea bloom (April) and annual festival (September) – two of the many attractions that make it an enticing destination all year round.