Kanda Station | One day Plan around Kanda Station

About Kanda Station

Kanda station is next to Tokyo station. There are many commercial and office buildings around Kanda station, and this area is well known for its many Japanese style pub, called izakaya(居酒屋). But there are some spots that nice to walk around in the daytime.

~At Day Time~

Experience Japanese Shrine!

Kanda Myojin(神田明神)



“Kanda Myojin” is a guardian of Edo with a long history of 1300 years. It is also known as a shrine that holds the Kanda Matsuri, one of Edo’s three major festivals.

You can mainly get the benefits of marriage, business prosperity, health prayer, and good luck (game luck)! Among them, Daikoku-sama, the god of marriage, benefits from bringing the relationship between men and women, and the relationship related to work. Many worshipers are seeking the benefit of improving work luck.

There are various etiquettes when visiting a shrine. The following youtube introduces how to worship when visiting Kanda Myojin, so please refer to it.


2-16-2, Sotokanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-0021

Experience local Japanese ramen shop!

Kikanbo Ramen Shop(鬼金棒)

The name of the shop KIKANBO (鬼金棒)means “demon with spike club” (means  “adding wings to a tiger” in Japanese prov.)

Kikanbo is a trendy ramen shop for local Japanese as spicy ramen. Decide what to eat at the ticket vending machine and enter the shop.


2-10-10 Kajicho, Chiyoda-ku,  Tokyo 101-0044

~At Night~

Experience Local Izakaya!

If you want to experience local Japanese izakayas, I recommend going to the Kanda station’s west gate.