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Sensoji (Tokyo)

Sensoji Temple is the oldest temple in Tokyo.The Kannon temple was built in 645 ,with the Kannon statue which was discovered during fishing, in 628 years.
In the Edo era(1603 – 1867) Nakamise(stores) was lined with spectacle cabins and tea houses, and neighborhoods such as New Yoshiwara were relocated and crowded as a recreation area

It is now one of the famous sightseeing spots in Japan, foreigners who came to Tokyo are said to take pictures in front of Kaminarimon in Sensoji Temple.

NItenmon, Sensoji
NItenmon, Sensoji

Kaminarimon, Kannondo and the five-storied pagoda are made of reinforced concrete which was rebuilt after the end of the world war Ⅱ, but Nitenmon(important cultural property) remains.
The Yatsuahi gate is a building with a small Kaminarimon, in which there is a 2 statue of Zochoten and Jikokuten.

Sensoji Temple - Main Hall Ceiling painting (Ryuko Kawabata brush "Dragon figure", Domoto Insyo brush "Tenjin figure")
Sensoji Temple – Main Hall Ceiling painting (Ryuko Kawabata brush “Dragon figure”, Domoto Insyo brush “Tenjin figure”)
The palace where the center rests the Buddha,Sensoji
The palace where the center rests the Buddha,Sensoji

In recent years, the Denpo-in Street in Sensoji Temple has been renewed to a design that reproduced the streets of Edo in about 200 meters.