Sensoji Temple, opened in 645, is one of the oldest temples in Tokyo. It looks magnificent with famous traditional features like its red gate and imposing buildings and pagoda. Resembling the old Tokyo, this temple is popular for families and lovebirds. There are also hundreds of small shops on the entrance path!
Transport Asakusa Station via Tokyo Metro Ginza Line; Asakusa Station via Toei Subway Asakusa Line, exit A4
The head temple of the Nichiren sect of Buddhism, it is said to be the sacred site where Nichiren himself died...
1-1-1 Ikegami, Ōta-ku, Tokyo 146-8576 10-minute walk from Ikegami Station (Tōkyū Ikegami Line)
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