Samukawa jinja is a Shinto shrine in the town of Samukawa in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. The shrine is located on the bank of the Sagami River, about eight kilometers from the river’s mouth.
The origins of Samukawa Jinja are unknown. Unverifiable shrine legend states that it was founded during the reign of Emperor Yūryaku (418-479). The main kami of Samukawa Jinja is the Samukawa Daimyojin, an amalgamation of the male Samukawa-hiko no mikoto and the female Samukawa-hime no mikoto. Both were local kami.