This temple was built in 1393 to thwart attacks from the South. It is known as the mortuary temple of the Tokugawa family. ... More
This temple was built in 1393 to thwart attacks from the South. It is known as the mortuary temple of the Tokugawa family. The temple is now an important cultural property and the massive Sammon gate, erected in 1605, is very impressive. Included in the complex is the oldest gingko tree in Tokyo, which is now considered as a natural monument. There is also a fine assembly of Buddhist Jizo statues standing sentinel.
the place was so gorgeous with all the statues that were put there at the temple, in honor of all the still bourn babies. it was also a bit scary but the temple itself was gorgeous. i was lucky to visit when a ceremony of some religious kind was going on. and i bought an o-mamuri for good luck :-)
Located only about 5 minutes away from Roppongi, Tokyo Prince Hotel is suited for both business and leisure travelers. Nearby
are 3 train/metro stations, which provide easy access to Tsukiji fish market, Ginza shopping streets, and streets of Shinjuku.Although ...
The Imperial Palace has been the official residence of the Emperor and Empress of Japan since Tokyo became the political
and imperial capital in 1868. Located in what was once the inner section of Edo Castle, the seat of ...
At the Shiba Yayoi Kaikan, guests have a splendid view of Tokyo, including Tokyo Tower, the World Trade Center, Tokyo
Bay, and Zojoji Temple. Guest rooms provide a comfortable atmosphere and functionality at a very reasonable rate. Facilities and ...
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