Of Baba whom this neighborhood was called hashibamiumajo by there were 12 ken of 102 ken (about 185m) of East-West north and south (about 22m) when met. From place where there was big hashibami on embankment around Baba, this name would be touched. This riding ground was aimed for lesson of archery and horsemanship of samurai who lived in main residence. It is hashibamiinekashinsha that we were worshiped besides this riding ground. One pair of hokamiritsu of wooden vermilion coating which young man of (1837) Kamezawa-cho dedicated in this Shinto shrine in 1837 exists.
〒130-0026 4-34-11, Ryogoku, Sumida-ku, Tokyo
From JR Sobu Line Ryogoku Station a 4-minute walk