is located in Kyutaro-machi, Chuo-ku, Osaka City. The shrine is said to be established by Empress Jingu who enshrined Ikasuri-no-kami at the mouth of the Yodo River when she returned from Korea. Later, Toyotomi Hideyoshi moved the shrine of the guardian god of Settsu Nishinari-gun to the present location from the south end of the Watanabe Bridge in 1583 , in order to build Osaka Castle. This shrine has been worshipped as a deity of residence protection, travel safety and safe delivery. Gradually second-hand shops and ceramic wholesale shops gathered around the area. There is the Toki (ceramics)Shrine ,moving from Utsubo-Mimami in 1907, within the premises of this shrine. Every year on July 23, the Toki Festival is held at the Toki Shrine. In the rainy season, visitors can enjoy pink and purple hydrangeas in full glory in the precincts of the shrine.