Northern AreaKumagaya City
Menuma Shōdenzan is known to be one of Japan’s three Shōten and is said to bring success, health to the family, fortune, and scholarly achievements, and many other benefits such as matrimony.
In 2012, the main shrine of Menuma Shōdenzan “Kangiin Shōtendou” was designated as a national treasure thanks to its highly skilled carvings, modern decorative architecture, and because it was built from donations by the public. Throughout the year, events such as the annual grand festival and Setsubun festivals take place during the spring and autumn.
- Tourist spot name
- Menuma Shodenzan
- Kumagaya Menuma 1511
- Home page
Business hours / Fee
- Business hours
9: 30 ~ 16: 30
Main shrine reception is until 16:00
- Regular holiday
- Precincts are free of charge Entering the main shrine is 700 yen
- Public transport
- Take the Asahi bus headed for “Ōta Station”, “Nishi-Koizumi Station”, and “Menumashodenzen” from the Kumagaya Station North Exit of JR Takasaki Line and get off at “Shotenmae”.
- About 40 minutes from Hanazono Interchange of Kan-Etsu Expressway
- Up to 3 cars. There are 10 spaces available for free at Menuma Kankō city-owned parking lot located 10 minutes away on foot.