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Shinagawa is one of the 23 Special Wards of inner Tokyo and is to the south of the center of Tokyo with some of the ward on the coast of line of Tokyo Bay. Shinagawa includes Shinagawa Aquarium, Museum of Maritime Science, Shinagawa Shrine and Ebara Shrine. Shinagawa Station is just to the north of Shinagawa Ward in the Minato Ward.

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    Ebara Shrine

    Ebara Shrine is a Shinto Shrine in Shinagawa Ward of Tokyo, that is said to have been established by the God of Water in 709AD. In 1062, Minamoto Yoritomo visited Ebara Shrine and prayed for a victory against Abe Clan. Since then Ebara Shrine has been the head shrine to protect Shinagawa. The object of read more

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    Museum of Maritime Science

    The Museum of Maritime Science is a six-story museum shaped like a full-sized ocean liner, unsurprisingly devoted to ships. One of the main displays, a gigantic turbine engine, was actually set in place first and the museum was built around it. There are a few historic vessels on the adjacent wharf. The Museum of Maritime read more

  • Shinagawa Aquarium

    Shinagawa Aquarium, in Shinagawa central Tokyo, features tunnel tank with a walk through tunnel where you can view sea creatures swimming over head and on both sides of you. Shinagawa Aquarium also features shows with dolphins and sea lions.

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    Shinagawa Shrine

    Shinagawa Shrine is a Shinto Shrine in Shinagawa Ward of Tokyo, that was established by Minamoto Yoritomo in 1187. The object of enshrinement at Shinagawa Shrine is Daikokuten (god of food).

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