Tomioka hachimangu(Shrine)+Fukagawa fudo(Temple)/Koutou-ku,Tokyo

Tomioka hachimangu(Shrine)+Fukagawa fudo(Temple)/Koutou-ku,Tokyo Koutou-ku

In “Monzen Nakamachi” area , you can visit the shrine and the temple together.

1.Fukagawa fudo(Temple)

Fukagawa fudo
“Fukagawa fudo” is not a shrine but a temple of hte Shingon Buddhist.
So this is not Torii gate.

Fukagawa fudo
Downtown from the Edo period.

Fukagawa fudo
Former main hall
“mantra(words to dedicate)” is indicated.
Here is a temple.
So You must train to become a Buddha.

Fukagawa fudo
There was also Inari shrine called “Kaiun-Inari-Jijya” in the precincts.
In Japan, shrines that appreciate God and temples that aim for the Buddha, coexist, will coexist in the future.

▼【Offcial】Fukagawa fudo(Temple)

2.Tomioka hachimangu(Shrine)

Tomioka hachimangu(Shrine)
I came to Tomioka Hachimangu Shrine.

Tomioka hachimangu(Shrine)
It was Shichi-go-san(753), so there were a lot of people wearing kimonos.
Shichi-go-san(753) is Japanese tradition ceremony.
Girls aged 3 and 7 and boys aged 3 and 5 dress in kimonos and visit a shrine.

Tomioka hachimangu(Shrine)
There were other shrines in the precinct.

Tomioka hachimangu(Shrine)
A small shrine lined in the back of the broken torii.

Tomioka hachimangu(Shrine)
There is also “Inari shrine”.

Tomioka hachimangu(Shrine)
Yokozuna (Grand Champion of Sumo) monument.
There were other monuments related to “sumo”.

▼【Official site】Tomioka hachimangu

3.You must eat Fukagawa-meshi


“Fukagawa Meshi” is a soup rice or cooked rice,stewed clams, Ao-Yagi, green onion.
There are many kinds, so let’s try it.


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  2. Cameroonian says:

    There are wheelchair-accessible restrooms located on the t and B1 floors. Wheelchair-accessible restroom with ostomate facilities is located on the t floor. There are also diaper changing tables in the t floor women’s restroom and the B1 wheelchair-accessible restroom. Listen to the volunteer guides as you tour the museum to experience the lives of the common people of Edo.

  3. One of the most strikingly contradictory temples to be found in Tokyo, Fukagawa Fudo-do Temple in Koto City is a neighbourhood temple famous not only for its like clockwork

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