Posted by: Ken
Hello!everyone! How are you??
This is Kenichi from sakura hostel asakusa
Today,I will Introduce "Sengakujii temple".
Sengaku-ji is a Buddhist temple located in the Takanawa near Sengakuji Station and Shinagawa Station, Tokyo.
The temple became famous through the Akō incident of the forty-seven Rōnin in the 18th century. The tomb of Lord Asano Takumi-no-Kami Naganori is located here, who was forced to commit ritual suicide after he broke protocol and drew a sword in the Edo Castle.
go up a slope.
the main gate of a Buddhist temple
The pine tree is impressive
There are several souvenir shops around the temple.
The temple is famous for its graveyard where the "47 Ronin" (also known as Akoroshi, the "masterless samurai from Ako") are buried.
How was it!?
Please try to go there^^
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Posted by: Kenichi (October 22, 2016 4:31 AM)