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Zojoji Temple, Tokyo

Zojoji Temple - Tokyo, Japan
Zojoji Temple
4-7-35 Shiba-koen, Tokyo, Japan 105-0011Map
Zojoji Temple <br><br> Jodo Shu Main Temple
+81 3 3432 1431
Neighborhood: Minato-ku
Overview

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.

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Zojoji Temple General Information
  • Open Hours: Monday to Sunday from 05:30 AM to 05:00 PM
  • Type: Attractions & Landmarks, Religious
  • Nearest Train: Onarimon Staion
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