There is a name called Inari, but is not a Shinto shrine. It is the temple of the Soto sect. A name official "Toyokawa kakumyou gonji." Principal image is the Kannon-with-One-Thousand-Arms. The God "Toyokawa dakini sinten" which sat astride a white fox is enshrined as a local deity of the precincts. It is called Inari. A sightseeing volunteer guide (for from 10:00 to 15:00, free) is resident in the precincts. You want to use it by all means. In addition, there is the accommodation plan (8,000 yen with half board) to receive a prayer called the Sanrou. As for the inarizushi, it is still got close to many worshipers as taste of Toyokawa in old days.
The bell in the precincts is hit at 12:00 and 17:00
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It is three minutes on foot from Toyokawa Station.