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Zojo-ji Buddhist Temple Tokyo Zojo-ji travel blog
General information:
Getting there: Subway station Shibakoen
Zojo-ji Tokyo
The Zojoji Temple is the main temple of the Kanto Region. It was built in 1393 and relocated by Tokugawa Leyasu in 1598, who used it as his family temple. Only the main gate, the Sangedatsumon is still original all the other buildings are reconstructions. When we visited this temple, we were so lucky to be witnesses of the yearly Cherry Blossom Ceremony, the beautiful pictures speak for themselves.
Zojo-ji Tokyo Zojo-ji temple bell
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Zojo-ji Buddhist Temple Tokyo
General information:
Getting there: Subway station Shibakoen
Zojo-ji
The Zojoji Temple is the main temple of the Kanto Region. It was built in 1393 and relocated by Tokugawa Leyasu in 1598, who used it as his family temple. Only the main gate, the Sangedatsumon is still original all the other buildings are reconstructions. When we visited this temple, we were so lucky to be witnesses of the yearly Cherry Blossom Ceremony, the beautiful pictures speak for themselves.
Zojo-ji Tokyo Zojo-ji Tokyo Zojo-ji Tokyo Zojo-ji temple bell
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