Karasumori-jinja Shrine is a Shinto shrine in Shinbashi, Minato City, Tokyo prefecture. Karasumori is a small shrine famous in Minato City due to its festivals and accompanying goshuins (shrine stamps). Goshuins can be received by foreigners or locals and are available in exchange for a donation at most shrines and temples. Goshuins serve as a sign that you have visited a specific shrine or temple. Karasumori-jinja Shrine is home to festivals during the months of February (Hinamatsuri), June (Nagoshi no Oharae), July (Tanabata), etc.
The shrine is located in a business area and features a small set of stairs to its main worship building. In front of the worship building is a traditional offertory box.
Overall, Karasumori-jinja is a small yet charming shrine that is a great choice for those wanting to experience a smaller shrine that is not a tourist designation. There is a certain charm about small shrines that makes the experience feel more authentic and in line with the Shinto religion.