What places in and around Tokyo are very cultural? (Shrines, parks etc.)

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Takayuki  Masuda Takayuki Masuda, Living in Japan

Answered 8 months ago

Hi, I'd recommend you to visit "Gohyaku Rakan-ji" temple located near "Fud-mae" station of Tokyu Meguro line. When coming, you can take JR Yamate line and transfer at Meguro station to Tokyu Meguro line. Fudo-mae is the next to Meguro. (Take local train as rapid ones skip Fudo-mae)
Gohyaku Rakan-ji displays more than 100 statues of Buddhism (English guide on digital displays are available) Next to the cozy temple is the huge Meguro Fudo temple. You can observe the solemn main hall with many ornaments and more.

Just for your info!
 
Renzo Renzo

Commented 8 months ago

Thank you for your awnser! I will take a look there :)

Takayuki Masuda

Commented 8 months ago

Dear Renzo, thank you for the reply. I hope you can enjoy Japanese culture :-)

Renzo Renzo

Commented 8 months ago

Dear Takayuki, i really am going to enjoy the culture! :-)

Yuka  Tachibana Yuka Tachibana, Living in Japan

Answered 8 months ago

Read Original The Answer has been automatically translated, information may not be accurate.
How about Sensoji Temple and Zojoji Temple?
Asakusa can see the sky tree while riding a rickshaw and Zojoji can be seen with Tokyo Tower.
It is recommended that the light up of the night is beautiful.
Because there are also many tourists, I think that English can be communicated somewhat.
Renzo Renzo

Commented 8 months ago

Thanks for the answer! Were are the 2 temples/shrines located?

Yuka Tachibana

Commented 8 months ago

Sensoji is in Asakusa(Asakusa station) Zojyoji is near Tokyo tower(you can use Onarimon station,Shibakoen station, Akabanebashi station,and Kamiyacho station)

Yuka Tachibana

Commented 8 months ago

If you want go Roppongi, I recommend you Zojyoji. But it’s not so far between Sensoji to Zojyoji :) Have fun!

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