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Here you can find interesting sights in Tokyo, Japan. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 100 sights are available in Tokyo, Japan.

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1. 真龍寺

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真龍寺 Swanee / パブリック・ドメイン

Zhenlong Temple is a temple located in Kitazawa Erdingmu, Setagaya District, Tokyo. It belongs to Cao Dongzong and is the last temple in Daxiongshan (Nanzutang City, Kanagawa Prefecture), which was founded in 1929 (Showa 4 years). Known as "the Tao of Shitian Valley is respected", Tiangou Road, which started as the activity of the festival branch, became "the first day of the dog road in the world", which was loved by people as the main activity of "Frost Coming to Tiangou Festival". This temple and "Frost Wild Dog Sacrifice", as "Dog Sacrifice and True Dragon Temple", were selected as "Hundred Scenes in Shan Ye" in 1983 (Showa 58). In addition, the shrine is also used for stages and activities such as "Xiabeize Music Festival", which is a temple closely related to the local area. Zhenlong Temple moved to Odahara in the spring of 2019 (the first year of Linghe), and Tangyu was demolished.

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2. 清澄庭園

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Kiyosumi Garden is a traditional Japanese stroll garden located in Fukagawa, Tokyo. It was constructed along classic principles in 1878–85, during the Meiji Period, by the shipping financier and industrialist Iwasaki Yatarō. By subtle hints in path construction and placement the visitor is led on a walk around the lake. Water-worn boulders were brought in from all over Japan, to give the garden its character; hills and dry waterfalls were constructed with them and two sequences of them form stepping-stones (isowatari) across small inlets of the lake, which almost completely fills the garden, allowing a pathway of many picturesque episodes around its perimeter. In fact only a narrow band of perimeter planting screens the garden from the structures along Kiyosumi Dori. There are three big islands and a teahouse on the pond. The garden covers an area of about 81,000 square metres.

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3. 21_21 Design Sight

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21_21 Design Sight is a museum in Roppongi in Minato, Tokyo, Japan, which opened in 2007. The museum, a design museum, was created by architect Tadao Ando and fashion designer Issey Miyake. "The idea was to create not only a museum that shows exhibits," says Ando, "but also a place for researching the potentiality of design as an element that enriches our daily life, a place that fosters the public's interest in design by arousing in them different sights and perspectives on how we can view the world and the objects surrounding us." The building, designed by Ando, is on the edge of the park area, and features 1,700 square meters of floor space, including two galleries and an attached cafe run by chef and restaurateur Takamasa Uetake. The split-level concrete structure includes a hand-sanded steel roof and 14-meter (46 ft) long glass panels.

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4. 幸龍寺

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幸龍寺 あばさー / Public domain

Xinglong Temple is a temple located in Wudingmu, North Wushan, Setagaya District, Tokyo. Belonging to the Rilian Sect, the old Benshan country is the native temple of Dabenshan (six gates). Fayuan is Yuantou Temple of Fayuan in Xiaoxi Xinglong Temple. Founded in Tianzheng (1573-1593), it was originally located in Hamamatsu. Later, after moving to Junfu, it was moved to Edo Tangdao in 1591 (19th year of Tianzheng), and Tokugawa family respected it very much. After the Great Kanto Earthquake, it began to migrate to Wushan in 1927 (Showa 2), and ended in 1940 (Showa 15), becoming one of the 26 monasteries that constitute Wushan Temple Town. In the tomb area, there are tombs such as Hasegawa Xuedan, his son and Xuedi, which are famous for serving as illustrations of Edo Scenic Spots.

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5. お台場

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Odaiba (お台場) today is a large artificial island in Tokyo Bay, Japan, across the Rainbow Bridge from central Tokyo. Odaiba was initially built in this area for defensive purposes in the 1850s. Reclaimed land offshore Shinagawa was dramatically expanded during the late 20th century as a seaport district, and has developed since the 1990s as a major commercial, residential and leisure area. Odaiba, along with Minato Mirai 21 in Yokohama, is among a few manmade seashores in Tokyo Bay where the waterfront is accessible, and not blocked by industry and harbor areas. For artificial sand beaches in the bay, Sea Park in Kanazawa-ku is suitable for swimming, Odaiba has one, and there are two in Kasai Rinkai Park area looking over to the Tokyo Disneyland.

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6. 専光寺

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専光寺 あばさー / Public domain

Senkoji is a temple located in Kita -Karasuyama, Setagaya -ku, Tokyo. At the Jodo sect single temple, it dates back to 1604 (Keicho 9) in the early Edo period. It was founded in Shinagawa, but later relocated to Bakuro -cho, and relocated to Asakusa Shinji -cho, which occurred in 1657 (3rd year). After the Great Kanto Earthquake in 1923 (Taisho 12), the main hall and back of the warehouse were destroyed, and in 1927 (Showa 2), he relocated to his current location, Karasuyama. Senko -ji is one of the 26 temples that make up Karasuyama -ji -cho. There is a grave of Kitagawa Utamaro, a Ukiyo -e artist in the Edo period, and is also known as "Utamaroji". Utamaro's tomb was designated by the Tokyo Metropolitan Ruins in 1956 (Showa 31).

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7. 早稲田大学大隈記念講堂 (Okuma Auditorium)

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The Ōkuma Auditorium , officially the Waseda University Ōkuma Memorial Hall , is a Tudor Gothic auditorium of Waseda University in Totsuka, Shinjuku, Tokyo. Designed primarily by Kōichi Satō, construction of the auditorium was planned to begin in 1923 following the death of Waseda founder Ōkuma Shigenobu. Its construction was halted by the 1923 Great Kantō earthquake but eventually began in 1926. It opened in 1927, commemorating the 45th anniversary of the founding of Waseda University. The auditorium includes a large hall with a capacity of over 1,100 seats and a basement hall of about 300 seats. The university's activities, lectures and concerts are held in the auditorium. The clock tower chimes six times a day.

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8. 雲鷹丸

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Un'yō was a Taiyō-class escort carrier originally built as Yawata Maru (八幡丸), one of three Nitta Maru-class cargo liners built in Japan during the late 1930s. She was transferred to the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) during the Pacific War, renamed, and was converted into an escort carrier in 1942. The ship spent most of her service ferrying aircraft, cargo and passengers to various bases in the Pacific. Un'yō was badly damaged by an American submarine in early 1944. After repairs were completed in June, the ship resumed transporting aircraft and cargo. During a return voyage from Singapore in September, she was sunk by the submarine USS Barb.

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9. 国立公文書館

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国立公文書館 Jmho at Japanese Wikipedia / Public domain

The Independent Administrative Institution National Archives of Japan preserve Japanese government documents and historical records and make them available to the public. Although Japan's reverence for its unique history and art is well documented and illustrated by collections of art and documents, there is almost no archivist tradition. Before the creation of the National Archives, there was a scarcity of available public documents which preserve "grey-area" records, such as internal sources to show a process which informs the formation of a specific policy or the proceedings of various committee meetings.

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10. ジョイポリス

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Joypolis is a chain of indoor amusement parks created by Sega and run by CA Sega Joypolis. Beginning on July 20, 1994 with the original location sited in Yokohama, Japan, Joypolis centers have since opened in several cities in Japan and later China. The parks feature arcade games and amusement rides based on Sega's intellectual properties, original themes, and licensed franchises. Alongside the predecessor Galbo venues and the overseas spin-offs SegaWorld London and Sega World Sydney, they were officially referred to under the "Amusement Theme Park" or "ATP" concept by Sega in the 1990s.

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11. たばこと塩の博物館

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たばこと塩の博物館 Abasaa / Public domain

Tobacco and Salt Museum (Japanese:たばこと塩の博物館) is located in Sumida-ku, Tokyo. It was established in 1978 and run by Japan Tobacco. The museum was originally located in Shibuya, but in 2015 it was relocated to Sumida. The museum has about 38,000 artifacts that shows the history of tobacco and salt both from Japan and overseas. It holds a 1.4 tonne rock salt from Poland along with other blocks of rock salts that are brought from various parts of world. There is also a replica of a Mayan shrine from South America to show the place from where tobacco was first used.

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12. 長勝寺

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Changsheng Temple is a Rilianzong Temple located in Liudingmu, Yizhi River, Edogawa District, Tokyo. The mountain name is Lirong Mountain. In the 11th year of Tianzheng (1583), the College of Goodness was founded, so it is also called the College of Goodness. The ancestor Rixin was a disciple of Miaojue Temple IX, and Changsheng Temple was originally the tower head of Miaojue Temple. Old Ben Mountain is located in Zhongshan, Ishikawa City, Chiba Prefecture. In ancient times, it was called Fahuatang and was the accommodation place of Hokkekyo Temple.

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13. 江戸東京博物館

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The Edo-Tokyo Museum is a historical museum located at 1-4-1 Yokoami, Sumida-Ku, Tokyo in the Ryogoku district. The museum opened in March 1993 to preserve Edo's cultural heritage, and features city models of Edo and Tokyo between 1590 and 1964. It was the first museum built dedicated to the history of Tokyo. Some main features of the permanent exhibitions are the life-size replica of the Nihonbashi, which was the bridge leading into Edo; scale models of towns and buildings across the Edo Meiji, and Showa periods; and the Nakamuraza theatre.

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14. 里美公園

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Satomi Park is a city park in Ichikawa City (district park) in Ichikawa City, Chiba Prefecture. Known as a famous place for spring cherry blossom viewing. The area 8.2ha. Because it is on a hill overlooking the flow of the Edogawa, it is excellent in the view of the Edogawa, the city of eastern Tokyo, and the mountains of Mt. Fuji. In the 15th century, Michio Ota placed a temporary team in this area, and his younger brother, Tadashi Ota, built Kokumodai Castle. Later, in the 16th century, a two -time battle between Satomi and Gohojo fought.

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15. 遊就館

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The Yūshūkan (遊就館) is a Japanese military and war museum located within Yasukuni Shrine in Chiyoda, Tokyo. As a museum maintained by the shrine, which is dedicated to the souls of soldiers who died fighting on behalf of the Emperor of Japan, the museum contains various artifacts and documents concerning Japanese war casualties and military activity from the start of the Meiji Restoration to the end of World War II. The museum was established in 1882, and describes itself as the first and oldest war and military museum in Japan.

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16. 宝光院

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Baoguangyuan is a temple of Fengshan Sect of True Word Sect located in Matsudo City, Chiba Prefecture. The full name is Linquan Temple, Baoguangyuan, Meiniu Mountain. This is a temple related to Chiba Zhouzuo, a Jianhao in Edo period. It is widely known as a temple that can experience all over the world in the spiritual fields of 88 masters who preach Dharma in Matsudo. In 1935 (the 10th year of Showa), the No.12 Zasuo of Guanyin Spiritual Field in East 33 was founded by Jingcheng Electric Railway and monasteries along the line.

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17. 東京ガス「がすてなーに ガスの科学館」

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Gas Science Museum (Gas Science Museum) is located in Liudingmu, Toyosu, Jiangdong District, Tokyo. It is an experience and participation science museum that introduces the role and specialty of gas. Operated by Tokyo Gas Company, nicknamed "What is gas?" Imitation of "don't throw it away". In order to control electricity consumption, fuel cells are used, and about half of the total electricity consumption is provided by fuel cells. The signboard logo is all represented by hiragana. Is it "si"? Here we are! Looming.

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18. すみだ北斎美術館

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Motian Beizhai Art Museum is a public art museum located in Guize, Motian District, Tokyo, Japan. The museum opened on November 22, 2016 (28th year of Heisei). In the late Edo period, Ukiyo-e painter Ge Shibei Zhai lived all his life in the area of our institute (now in the corner of Motian District). He was born in the water of our institute At that time, "cutting water in the south" was equivalent to Guize on the line of "Beizhai Street", which was also predestined friends, so Guize was set up in the local area.

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19. 西念寺

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西念寺 故城一片之月 / CC BY 3.0

Sainji is a temple of the Jodo sect located in Wakaba 2 -chome, Shinjuku -ku, Tokyo. Special name Yamayasuin Nishinji Temple. It is known as a temple where Tokugawa Ieyasu's vassal of Tokugawa and Hattori (Hanzo), which is counted as Tokugawa Jokujin, is open. The temple is Hattori's Bodai -ji Temple, and there are tombs of the Hattori family, including Masanari. In addition, the memorial tower that he was built for the eldest son of Ieyasu Tokugawa, the guardian of Ieyasu Tokugawa, who served as Masanari, exists.

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20. 築地場外市場

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The Tsukiji Market , supervised by the Tokyo Metropolitan Central Wholesale Market of the Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Industrial and Labor Affairs, was the largest wholesale fish and seafood market in the world. It was also one of the largest wholesale supermarkets of any kind. The market opened on 11 February 1935 as a replacement for an older market that was destroyed in the 1923 Great Kantō earthquake. It was closed on 6 October 2018, with operations moving to the new Toyosu Market.

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21. 三鷹の森ジブリ美術館

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The Ghibli Museum is a museum showcasing the work of the Japanese animation studio Studio Ghibli. It is located in Inokashira Park in Mitaka, a western city of Tokyo, Japan. The museum combines features of a children's museum, technology museum, and a fine arts museum, and is dedicated to the art and technique of animation. Features include a replica of the Catbus from My Neighbor Totoro (1988), a café, bookstore, rooftop garden, and a theater for exclusive short films by Studio Ghibli.

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22. MEGA WEB

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Mega Web, or Megaweb, was a car theme park operated by Toyota in Odaiba's Palette Town, Tokyo, Japan. The Toyota City Showcase displays vehicles and has 1.3-km driving course for test driving. Ride Studio offers mini car driving and the Waku-Doki has simulated race track driving. The History Garage has a collection of 1950s–1970s models on display. Mega Web and the Historic Garage closed permanently on December 31, 2021, as part of Palette Town's anticipated redevelopment.

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23. 赤羽八幡神社

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赤羽八幡神社 あばさー / Public domain

Chiyu Bata Shrine is a shrine located in Chiyu Terrace, North District, Tokyo. A company in Bagua Palace. It is considered to be the guard of the old Chiyu Village and the general guard of the five villages in Yanyuan Township (the old Yanyuan Town, now Chiyu Area). Tunnels of Northeast China, Shangyue, Hokuriku Shinkansen and Saitama-Beijing Line have been built under the Social Affairs Office. The registered name of religious legal person is Bata Shrine.

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24. 安立寺

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安立寺 あばさー / Public domain

Anryuji is a temple of the Nichiren sect in Yanaka, Taito -ku, Tokyo. The mountain name is Tokanzan. Former Motoyama is the Honpoji Temple in Kyoto, the parent and teacher law. In the precincts, Shimomura Kanzan (Japanese painter, the founding of the Japanese Art Institute), Kawakami disconnection (teaman), Nobuyoshi Sano (Vice Admiral of the Army), Shichibei Ashiyama (Sumo), Kazuzo Miyaji (Doctors in the Edo period). There is a grave.

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25. NHKスタジオパーク

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The NHK Studio Park (Nueichi Keisu Tajio Park) is a tourist facility located in the NHK Broadcasting Center in Shinan, Shibuya -ku, Tokyo. It was released in 1965 as a "visitor course", renamed "NHK Exhibition Plaza" in 1985, and was renewed as a viewer experience type on March 22, 1995 as part of the 70th anniversary project. Closed in May 2020 due to the broadcasting center rebuilding plan. The nickname / abbreviation is Stapa.

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26. 皇居

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The Tokyo Imperial Palace is the main residence of the Emperor of Japan. It is a large park-like area located in the Chiyoda district of the Chiyoda ward of Tokyo and contains several buildings including the Fukiage Palace where the Emperor has his living quarters, the main palace where various ceremonies and receptions take place, some residences of the Imperial Family, an archive, museums and administrative offices.

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27. 八幡八雲神社

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Hachiman Yakumo Shrine is a shrine located in Moto Yokoyama -cho, Hachioji -shi, Tokyo. It is an enshrined Yawata Shrine (Hachimangu Shrine) and Yakumo Shrine (Tennomiya), and the god of Hoshida Besson (Emperor Ojin) and Susanari. The old business is a local company. In Hachioji, it has been revered as the guards of the east, Yawata Yakumo Shrine, the west guard, Taga Shrine (located in Motogo -cho, Hachioji City).

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28. 矢切の渡し

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Sagittal incision is the general name of the upper sagittal incision (upper sagittal incision), midsagittal incision (midsagittal incision) and lower sagittal incision (lower sagittal incision) located in Matsuto City, Chiba Prefecture. In the past, they were two independent villages, namely Shangyache Village, Nakayache Village and Xiayache Village, which merged with Matsudo Town to become a part of Matsudo City.

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29. 渋谷区松濤美術館

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Lisongtao Art Museum in Shibuya District is an art museum located in Songtao Erdingmu, Shibuya District, Tokyo. Focusing on the planning exhibition, besides the collection exhibition and art exhibition related to Shibuya District, concerts and art classrooms will also be held. Until March 2010, in the coffee shop "Salon Muse" on the second floor, sitting on the sofa, you can enjoy the exhibition and taste snacks.

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30. 葛西臨海公園

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Kasai Rinkai Park is a park in Edogawa, Tokyo, Japan, it contains Diamond and flower ferris wheel, form the tallest ferris wheel in the world. which officially opened on 1 June 1989. The park includes a bird sanctuary and the Tokyo Sea Life Park aquarium. It was built on reclaimed land which includes two manmade islands, an observation deck and a hotel. It is the second-largest park in the 23 wards of Tokyo.

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31. 題経寺 柴又帝釈天

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Daikyō-ji (題経寺), popularly known as Shibamata Taishakuten (柴又帝釈天), is a Nichiren-shū Buddhist temple in Katsushika, Tokyo, Japan. Founded in 1629, the main image is of Taishakuten. In 1996 the Ministry of the Environment designated the temple and its ferryboat as one of the 100 Soundscapes of Japan. In 2009 the temple and its ferryboat were selected as one of the 100 Landscapes of Japan.

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32. 長明寺

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長明寺 あばさー / Public domain

Changming Temple is a Rilianzong Temple located in the valley of Taitung District, Tokyo. The mountain number is Rizhao Mountain. Old Ben Mountain is the native temple of Daben Mountain (six gates flow), which is the legal edge of Chishang Tufu Store. In the courtyard, there is a cemetery for two female butterflies, Shilang, Pingtian Gate, Huijin Fanshi. Spring is famous for hanging cherry blossoms.

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33. 諏訪神社

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Suwajinja is a shrine in Arakawa -ku, Tokyo. Shinbori (Nippori), Yanaka's total guard. One of the shrines of Suwa religion, headquartered by Suwa Taisha. The annual festival is August every year. Stalls are lined up on the precincts and surrounding roads, and it is crowded with many people. At the Great Festival, which is called the Ogami Shakai Festival, the headquarters mikoshi crosses the town.

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34. 浜離宮恩賜庭園

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Hama-rikyū Gardens is a public park in Chūō ward, Tokyo, Japan. Located at the mouth of the Sumida River, it was opened to the public on April 1, 1946. A landscaped garden of 250,216 m² includes Shio-iri Pond, and the park is surrounded by a seawater moat filled by Tokyo Bay. It was remodeled as a public park on the site of a villa belonging to the ruling Tokugawa family in the 17th century.

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35. 渋谷駅前

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Shibuya Scramble Crossing or commonly known as Shibuya Crossing is a popular scramble crossing in Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan. It is located in front of the Shibuya Station Hachikō exit and stops vehicles in all directions to allow pedestrians to inundate the entire intersection. The statue of Hachikō, between the station and the intersection, is a common meeting place and almost always crowded.

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36. 正覚院

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正覚院 あばさー / Public domain

Shōgakuin (正覚院, Shōgakuin) is a temple of the Toyoyama sect of the Shingon sect located in Hanabata, Adachi-ku, Tokyo, Japan. The name of the mountain is Mount Washio (Washio Mountain, according to the New Musashi Fudoki Manuscript). The name of the temple is Hozo-ji. The hon. Gentleman is the Immovable Ming King. New Shikoku Four Territories Eighty-Eight Sacred Sites No. 82 Tagsho.

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37. 九品山 唯在念佛院 浄真寺

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Kuhonbutsujoshinji is a Jodo sect temple located in Okusawa 7 -chome, Setagaya -ku, Tokyo. The mountain name is "Kujinyama", and the official name is "Kujinyama Yuijinjinin Jinji Temple". "Kuhonbutsu" is an unrequited statue of the Amida Nyorai, which is enshrined in the temple as described later, but is generally known as the temple. It is also used to point to the area around the temple.

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38. 早稲田大学坪内博士記念演劇博物館

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The Tsubouchi Memorial Theatre Museum of Waseda University is a university museum devoted to the history of drama, with facilities used for cultural performances from all over the world. The museum was named for Tsubouchi Shōyō, a famous writer known for his work with theater and translation of the collected works of Shakespeare into Japanese. It is commonly known as Enpaku in Japanese.

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39. 長谷寺

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Changgu Temple is located in the Tokyo Branch of Cao Dongzong Yongping Temple in Ximabu Erding, Tokyo Metropolitan Area. The mountain name is Butuo Mountain. This statue is Sakyamuni Buddha. In addition, Guanyin Temple is dedicated to eleven Avalokitesvara Bodhisattvas (commonly known as Linen Goddess of Mercy), and it is also the No.22 Zagreb of 33 Avalokitesvara spiritual fields in Edo.

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40. 善龍寺

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Zenryuji is a temple of the Nichiren sect in Hongo -cho, Hachioji -shi, Tokyo. The mountain is Koezan. Former Motoyama is Ikegami Honmonji, Ikegami and Kagurazaka Law. One of the Hachioji Seven Lucky Gods, dedicated to Rakusaku Kuroten. On the precincts, there is a monument of Masuda Kurokukoden, built by the younger brother of Masuda Kuroku (swordsman), and holds the Kura Roku Kiki.

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41. 東京ドームシティアトラクションズ

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Tokyo Dome City Attractions is an amusement park located next to the Tokyo Dome in Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan, and forms a part of the Tokyo Dome City entertainment complex. It opened in 1958, and was formerly known as Korakuen Amusement Park until April 2003. It was one of the most popular amusement parks in Tokyo. Rides include the Big O Ferris wheel and Thunder Dolphin roller coaster.

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42. 堀切菖蒲園

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Horiche Acorus Garden is a park (botanical garden) under the jurisdiction of Keshi District, Horiche Erding, Keshi District, Tokyo. It is famous as a scenic spot of Acorus calamus. In addition, it is also the general name of the nearest Beijing-cost line, Horiche Changpuyuan Station and its surrounding areas. Pet companionship only needs to be placed in cages and trolleys.

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43. 小山樋門

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Koyama Himon is a triple -associate brick flood gate in Matsudo City, Chiba Prefecture. It was built in 1898 (Meiji 31) to prevent the backflow of Sakakawa, but now it is used as a road bridge on the Chiba Prefectural Road No. 5 Matsudo Noda Line, which crosses Sakakawa and crosses Sakakawa. It is called "glasses bridge". It is the oldest brick swimmers in Chiba prefecture.

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44. 柴又八幡神社

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Shibamata Hachiman Shrine Tumulus (Shiba or Chimanjinja Kofun) is a tumulus located in Shibamata, Katsushika -ku, Tokyo. The shape is a tumulus in the front and back. The mounds are now lost, but the stone chamber is designated as a Katsushika -ku designated historic site, and the excavated haniwa is designated as a designated tangible cultural property designated by Tokyo.

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45. 森鴎外記念館

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Bunkyo-ku Lisen Ouwai Memorial Hall is a memorial museum built on the former site of Senouwai's former residence. The purpose of collecting, sorting out and displaying relics and related materials outside gulls is "not only an encounter with words, but a place where literature, people and streets communicate extensively", which is the purpose of opening the museum in 2012.

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46. 東京ラーメンストリート

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Ramen Street is an area in the underground mall of the Tokyo Station railway station's Yaesu side that has eight restaurants specializing in ramen dishes. Some of the restaurants at Ramen Street include Rokurinsha, which specializes in tsukemen, Kanisenmon Keisuke, specializing in crab ramen dishes, and Nidaime Keisuke Ebi Soba Gaiden, specializing in prawn ramen dishes.

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47. 諏訪神社

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Suwa Shrine is a shrine located in Takadanobaba, Shinjuku -ku, Tokyo. It will be located in the city area about 350m southeast of Takadanobaba Station on JR / Tokyo Metro or Seibu Railway. It has a deep connection with the Tokugawa family's Takakari, and is stored. Underground spiritual water, which has a spiritual experience for eye diseases and diseases, is springs.

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48. 妙正寺

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Miaozheng Temple is a Rilianzong Temple located in Shimizu, Sugiyama District, Tokyo. The mountain name is Faguang Mountain. The neighboring Miaozheng Temple Pool (Miaozheng Temple Park) and Miaozheng Temple Chuan, which uses it as water source, are the origin of the temple. Old Ben Mountain is Zhongshan Hokkekyo Temple. Reach the fate of learning from the law.

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49. 目黒不動

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Ryūsenji (瀧泉寺) also known as the Meguro Fudō is a Buddhist temple located in Meguro, Tokyo, Japan. The temple currently belongs to the Tendai school of Japanese Buddhism, and its main image is a hibutsu statue of Fudō-myōō. The temple is 18th of the Kantō Sanjūroku Fudō pilgrimage route of 36 temples in the Kantō region dedicated to Fudō-myōō.

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50. フジテレビ

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JOCX-DTV, virtual channel 8, branded as Fuji TV and colloquially known as CX, is a Japanese television station based in Odaiba, Minato, Tokyo, Japan. Owned and operated by the Fuji Television Network, Inc. it is the key station of the Fuji News Network (FNN) and the Fuji Network System. It is also known for its long-time slogan, "If it's not fun, it's not TV!"

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51. 神田古書店街

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Jimbōchō Book Town and also known as Kanda Book Town , is a book town located in the district of Kanda-Jinbōchō in Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan. The area is distinguished by its high volume and concentration of used bookstores. It additionally houses the headquarters for multiple major Japanese publishing companies, as well as campuses for several universities.

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52. 葛西臨海水族園

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Tokyo Sea Life Park is a public aquarium located in Edogawa Ward, Tokyo. It is located in Kasai Rinkai Park in Edogawa Ward, Tokyo, and Kasai Rinkai Bird Garden is also located in the park. It can be accessed from Kasai-Rinkai Park Station. The Predecessor is the Ueno Aquarium, which was set up in the Ueno Zoo. The building was designed by Yoshio Taniguchi.

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53. 細田神社

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Hosoda Shrine is a shrine in Geshi District, Tokyo. In addition, the name of the religious legal person in Tokyo, which has jurisdiction over the religious legal person, is "Daohe Shrine, a religious legal person". Starting from the official website, the social number sign and horse painting are also "Hosoda Shrine", so "Hosoda Shrine" is used in this item.

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54. 和田稲荷神社

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Hotan Inaho Shrine is located in Ishinai Town, Lianma District, Tokyo. The registered name of religious legal person is Daohe Shrine. Also known as Chuan Wulang Daohe, also known as Hotan Horie Daohe. Once the guard of the surrounding Hotan area, he was sacrificed at the Shishenjing Glacier Shrine adjacent to the south side of Shishenjing Park after Meiji.

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55. 国立近現代建築資料館

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The National Modern Architectural Museum of Modern Architectural Museum is aimed at deterioration / dizziness of materials (drawings and models, etc.) in Japan, collection and storage to prevent overseas outflows, research on buildings, enlightenment activities, and exhibition of materials. It is a museum of the Agency for the Cultural Affairs Agency.

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56. 大乗院

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Mahayana Courtyard is a Rilianzong Temple located in Wudingmu, Xidaquan, Lianma District, Tokyo. Yuanfu Temple, Xinjingshan. The old mountain is Miaofu Temple in Xishan Mountain, which reaches the edge of learning from the law (Fanzhu Club). The Edo period prospered as the prayer place for the Lord of Guan Sufan for a long time and to keep his home.

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57. 有明テニスの森公園

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Ariake Tennis Forest Park is a metropolitan park located in Ariake 2 -chome, Koto -ku, Tokyo. Opened on May 14, 1983 on the site of the Shinonome Golf Course, the area was about 163,341.64 m2. The management team "Ariake Tennis Management Team" is operated as a designated manager by the Japan Tennis Business Association and Tokyo Wharf Co., Ltd.

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58. 新宿御苑

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Shinjuku Gyo-en (新宿御苑) is a large park and garden in Shinjuku and Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan. It was originally a residence of the Naitō family in the Edo period. Afterwards, it became a garden under the management of the Imperial Household Agency of Japan. It is now a national park under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of the Environment.

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59. 都立汐入公園

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Sunseeker Park (Chaoli Park) is a Duli Park located in Arakawa District, Tokyo, which was built through the urban redevelopment of Baixuxi District. It is located almost in the center and east of the reconstruction area, close to Lany. The Yanwen Otanita Line, No.314 Prefectural Road, runs through the east of the park and is partially tunneled.

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60. 蓮華寺

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Lianhua Temple is a Rilianzong Temple located in Jianggutian, Nakano District, Tokyo. The mountain number is Starlight Mountain. Inoue Yuan (founder of Toyo University and Philosophy Hall), the cemetery of Yi Ting Xiuxian, a sinologist. The old Benshan is the Benmen Temple on the pool, reaching the edge of learning from the law (Fanzhu Club).

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61. 善立寺

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Shanli Temple is a Rilianzong Temple located in Yidingmu, Mei Tian, Zuli District, Tokyo. The contact at the end of Jiuyuan Temple in Shenyan Mountain is one of the three contacts in Edo together with Ruilun Temple in Guzhong and Zongyan Temple in Sugiyama District. The mountain number is Daguang Mountain. Chi Shangfang learned from the law.

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62. 随徳寺

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One of the names of Suide Temple. It is a wisecrack to take "go out quietly" as the name of the temple. It means "bump". It is also called "Yimu Mountain Suide Temple", which is formed by "Yimu San". Please see the mountain number and temple number. The name of the actual monastery in Taitung District, Tokyo. Described in this section.

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63. 荒川自然公園

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Arakawa Nature Park is a park in Arakawa, Tokyo. It was first opened in 1974, and is built on artificial ground placed over the Tokyo Mikawashima Wastewater Treatment Plant. The park features a garden, playground, bicycle track for children, baseball field, and tennis courts. In 1982 it was selected as one of the 'New Tokyo 100 Views.'

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64. 佛心寺

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Foxin Temple is a Rilianzong Temple located in the valley of Taitung District, Tokyo. The mountain name is Xianshou Mountain. The old mountain is the legal edge of Miaoguo Temple and Chishang Sensing Temple (the legal edge of Kanto Sakai). Sacrifice to the wooden sitting statue of Japanese lotus, a cultural relic in Taitung District.

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65. 清水門

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Qingshuimen, located in Kitamaru Park, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, is the gate of the old Edo city. It is a church-shaped door composed of the Korean Gate in the east and the square rocking door in the south. In 1961 (36 years of Showa), it was designated as an important national cultural property (building) as "Qingshuimen of Old Edo City".

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66. 八幡神社

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Kajiwara Hachimanjinja is a shrine located in Motoji -cho, Hachioji -shi, Tokyo. The official name is "Yawata Shrine". The shrine that began with the construction of the shrine of Tsuruoka Hachimangu Shrine in 1191 because of the territory of Gen Yoritomo Kajiwara, and was given the old gods and enshrined in June of the same year.

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67. 啓運寺

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Keinji Temple is a temple of the Hokka Sou Honmon style in Nishi -Nippori, Arakawa -ku, Tokyo. The mountain name is Hogan Mountain. Omotoyama Washiyamaji A wooden Bishamon Ten statue (Kosaku Toko, 9 years of Kansei) and the only Noboru Treasure in the ward, the Enshin Koshin Pagoda (both registered cultural properties) will be held.

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68. 小石川後楽園

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The Koishikawa Kōrakuen (小石川後楽園) is a large urban park in the Koishikawa neighborhood of Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan. The Japanese garden dates from the early Edo period. and is one of three surviving daimyō gardens of the many that were created during that period, the others being the Rikugi-en and the Hama Rikyū gardens.

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69. 妙円寺

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Myenji is a temple of the Nichiren sect in Shirokanedai, Minato -ku, Tokyo. The mountain name is Makoto Takiyama. Former Motoyama is the headquarters Kai Nobuyama Kotsuji, and the Shio Method. Takimoto dedicates the Myoken Dai Bodhisattva, which was worshiped by Yoshiki Ashikaga. Fukurokuju, the old man of the Yamate Shichifukujin.

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70. 梅田稲荷神社

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Mei Tian Daohe Shrine is a shrine located in Mei Tian, Zuli District, Tokyo. The god of sacrifice is Yujia Royal Soul Life, which is said to be a shrine built by Shida teacher Yiguang. The washbasin in the courtyard is engraved with the words September of the first year of Wenjiu (1861). Burned and rebuilt in the disaster of war.

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71. 田安門

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Tayasumon is the gate of the former Edo Castle, located in Kita -Narunomaru Park, Chiyoda -ku, Tokyo. It is a Masugata gate consisting of Kareimon on the north and a tower gate located on the west side. In 1961 (Showa 36), it was designated as a national important cultural property (building) as the former Edo Shirota Yasumon.

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72. 厳嶋神社

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Yandao Shrine is a shrine located in Yuding Town, Shinjuku District, Tokyo. Sacrificing God is the life of the city pestle island. Because of its integration with Buddhist eloquence, it is widely known as a shrine for offering sacrifices to the hand of Shinjuku Mountain, seven blessings and eloquence. Known as Ba Bian Tian.

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73. 本覚寺

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Benjue Temple is a Rilianzong Temple located in Songgu, Taitung District, Tokyo. The mountain name is Longming Mountain. Originally, the mountain country became the main country temple of Daben Mountain (six gates), which was used as a sacrifice meeting. The date of the top ten patriarchs of Edo is limited to patriarchs.

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74. 妙正寺公園

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Myoshoji Park is a Suginami -ku park in Shimizu, Suginami -ku, Tokyo. Playground equipment and square are set up mainly in Myoshoji Pond, which is also a water source of Myoshoji Temple, and is known as a place for local residents to relax. In the park, the Iguso River (currently a culvert) joins the Myoshoji River.

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75. 慈宏寺

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Cihong Temple is a Rilianzong Temple located in front of the palace in Sugiyama District, Tokyo. The mountain number is Jingkou Mountain. The old mountain is Miaofu Temple for practicing horses, and the tide is based on the law. Sacrifice to the ancestor of Huangbu, a designated cultural heritage in Shanhe District.

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76. 旧安田庭園

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Old an Tian Garden is located in Yokokuba, Motian District, Tokyo. It is a famous garden prepared as a tidal garden. The floating heart pool of the island is surrounded by old trees and walking roads. Equipped with snow lanterns, carp and turtles play in the pond. Artificial reproduction of water level fluctuation.

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77. 国立科学博物館 自然教育園

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The Institute for Nature Study is a Japanese nature preserve park associated with the National Museum of Nature and Science, located in the Shirokanedai neighborhood of Minato, Tokyo, extending into the Kamiōsaki neighborhood of Shinagawa, Tokyo. It is a Natural Monument and a National Historic Site of Japan.

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78. 駒沢オリンピック公園総合運動場

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Komazawa Olympic Park (駒沢オリンピック公園) located on land in both Meguro and Setagaya, Tokyo, Japan, is a sports facility that was constructed for the 1964 Summer Olympics. Approximately 90 per cent of the park's area is in Setagaya Ward, with the remaining 10 per cent sitting within Meguro Ward.

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79. 延命寺

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Enmeijiji is a Shingon Sou -Toyama school temple in Itabashi -ku, Tokyo. In the 1.4 km of this temple, there is an Enmeiji Temple with the same temple in Shimura in Tohoku East. This temple is also the Shingon sect Toyoyama school. In order to avoid confusion, this temple is also called "Nakadai Enmei -ji".

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80. 日枝神社

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The Hie Shrine is a Shinto shrine in Nagatachō, Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan. Its June 15 Sannō Matsuri is one of the three great Japanese festivals of Edo. Other names for the shrine include Hiyoshi Sannō-sha, Hiyoshi Sannō Daigongen-sha, Edo Sannō Daigongen, Kōjimachi Sannō, Sannō-sha, and Sannō-sama.

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81. 立源寺

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Liyuan Temple is a Rilianzong Temple located in Zhonggen, Mukeiku, Tokyo. The mountain number is Changchang Mountain. This respect is the Three Treasures. Old Ben Mountain is a temple that extends mountains for a long time. Get rid of learning from the law. Known as the three halls of Inscription Valley.

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82. 高野山東京別院

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Kōyasan Tokyo Betsuin is a temple located in Minato Ward at Takanawa 3-15-18 in Tokyo. It belongs to the Kōyasan Shingon school of Japanese Buddhism, and the principal image is Kūkai. The head temple of this betsuin is Kongōbu-ji in Wakayama Prefecture. It stands next to the Takanawa Police Station.

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83. 浅草花やしき

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浅草花やしき Hanayashiki Co., Ltd. / Public domain

Hanayashiki is an amusement park in Asakusa, Taitō, Tokyo that has operated since 1853. It is operated by Hanayashiki Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of Bandai Namco Holdings. It is claimed to be the oldest amusement park in Japan. One of the unofficial mascots of the park is the Panda Car (パンダカー).

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84. 大行寺

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Daigyoji is a temple of Nichiren sect in Yanaka, Taito -ku, Tokyo. The mountain name is Enmosan. Former Motoyama is Honjo Honjohonji and Konishi Law. The oldest temple in the Yanaka area. On the precincts, there is a grave of Matsuo Sasaki, who served as chairman of the War Dispose Relief Association.

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85. 刀剣博物館

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The Japanese Sword Museum or Tōken hakubutsukan (刀剣博物館) situated in Tokyo, is a small museum dedicated to the art of Japanese swordmaking. It preserves and displays swords. It is operated by Nihon Bijutsu Token Hozon Kyokai . The association's office is located inside the museum building.

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86. 延命寺

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Enmeijiji is a Shingon Sou -Toyama school temple in Itabashi -ku, Tokyo. In the 1.4 km southwest west of our temple, there is an Enmeiji Temple with the same temple. This temple is also the Shingon sect Toyoyama school. In order to avoid confusion, this temple is also called "Shimura Enmeiji Temple".

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87. 回向院 (Ekoin)

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Ekō-in (回向院), also known as Honjo Ekō-in, is a Pure Land Buddhist temple in Ryōgoku, Tokyo. The formal name of the temple is Shoshūzan Muen-ji Ekō-in , reflecting its founding principle of Pariṇāmanā, or the spreading of Amida Buddha's benevolence to all souls of all living creatures.

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88. 妙見山 廣龍寺

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Koryuji is a temple of the Nichiren sect in Higashimatsudo, Matsudo City, Chiba Prefecture. The mountain name is Mt. Former Motoyama is Omotoyama Houkyoji Temple (Nakayama Gate), parent and teacher law. The Koshin Tower in front of the mountain gate is a tangible cultural property of Matsudo City.

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89. 谷中五重塔跡地

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The Yanaka five-storied pagoda double-suicide arson case was a dramatic case of arson in 1957 of a five-storied wooden pagoda in Yanaka Cemetery, Taitō, Tokyo. The pagoda was set on fire by two lovers who committed suicide together – their bodies were found in the remains of the structure.

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90. 真宗会館

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Higashi-Honganji Shinjō Kaikan (東本ganji Shinjō Kaikan) is a Shinjō Ōtani sect hall located in Tanihara, Nerima Ward, Tokyo, Japan. It will be established as a base for listening to and promulgating the teachings in the Tokyo metropolitan area. The abbreviation is "Shinjō Kaikan".

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91. 波除稲荷神社

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Namiyoke Inari Shrine is a Shinto shrine located in Tsukiji, Chūō, Tokyo. It is an Inari shrine that was built on the water's edge when this part of Tokyo was created from landfill after the Great Fire of Meireki in 1657. The name of the shrine literally means "protection from waves."

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92. 隅田公園

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Sumida Park is a public park in Sumida and Taitō, Tokyo, Japan. Cherry blossoms can be seen in spring, and the Sumidagawa Fireworks Festival is held in July. There are about 700 cherry trees in Sumida Park on both sides of the Sumida River, and they were planted by Tokugawa Yoshimune.

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93. 円泉寺

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Yuanquan Temple is a Buddhist temple of Fengshan Sect of True Word Sect located in Sandingmu, Taizitang, Setagaya District, Tokyo. It is also marked as Yuanquan Temple. There is a hall dedicated to Shoto Kutaishi (Prince Hall), and the nearby place name is named after this Prince Hall.

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94. 六義園

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Rikugi-en is a Tokyo metropolitan park in Bunkyō-ku. The name Rikugi-en means "Garden of the Six Principles", referring to the six elements in waka poetry, based on the traditional division of Chinese poetry into six categories. The gardens consist of a small pond, trees, and a hill.

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95. 国立新美術館

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The National Art Center (NACT) is a museum in Roppongi, Minato, Tokyo, Japan. A joint project of the Agency for Cultural Affairs and the National Museums Independent Administrative Institution, it stands on a site formerly occupied by a research facility of the University of Tokyo.

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96. 坂東報恩寺

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Hoonji is a real Otani temple located in Dongueno, Taitung District, Tokyo. Known as "Bandong Hoonji". The mountain number is "Gaolongshan" and the courtyard number is "Xie Deyuan". Kaiji is a disciple of Qinluan. Sex letter and Hoonji are the first of the twenty-four generations.

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97. 最勝寺

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The best temple is Tiantai Sect Temple located in Sidingmu, Taizitang, Setagaya District, Tokyo. It is one of the last temples of Kuanyong Temple. The full name is Teaching College, and the full name is Zhuyuan Mountain Best Temple Teaching College. Also known as motionless eyes.

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98. 妙源寺

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Myogenji is a temple of Nichiren sect in Horikiri, Katsushika -ku, Tokyo. The mountain name is Masakazuyama. Former Motoyama is Sano Myokenji, Shio Museum. There is a tomb of the Tokyo Metropolitan Cultural Property Azumi (Confucian at the late Edo period in the late Edo period).

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99. 箱根山

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Hakoneyama is the highest artificial mountain (Tsukiyama), which is the highest altitude on the Yamanote Line, located in Toyama 2 -chome, Shinjuku -ku, Tokyo. The altitude at the summit is 44.6m. Located in Toyama Park, it is a place to relax in nearby residents and excursions.

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100. 穴八幡宮

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Hue Bata Palace (Hue Bata Palace) is a shrine located in Erdingmu Street, West Waseda, Shinjuku District, Tokyo. In addition to sealing insects, it is also considered to be profitable for business prosperity, getting ahead and being lucky. Formerly known as Takata Bata Palace.

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