There are many Toshogu Shrines of the Tokugawa family in Japan, and the one in Nikko is the most authentic and largest, and the place is dedicated to Tokugawa Ieyasu.
More than half are not characteristic and special places
There are many Toshogu shrines in Japan dedicated to Tokugawa ieyasu, this one is not so famous, but the gate is beautifully done and worth a visit in the center of the city.
This is a shrine close to Mito Station North exit. Lots of people visit this shrine everyday. There is the main shrine and a smaller one too. Worth a visit if you are in Mito. You have to pass by this...
Easy access from Mito station. Colorful. Shopping nearby. Public parking available. Within walking distance of the park.
水戸東照宮 ［水戸］ Mito Tōshōgū (Mito) Dedicated to the founder of the Tokugawa Shogunate, Mito Tōshōgū was built by Tokugawa Yorifusa, daimyō of Mito-han and middle counsellor at court.
My first shrine in Japan, I expected a bit more. Never the less nice, clean and spiritual place.