A very large Buddhist Temple near the heart of Ginza. Admission is free and there is reading material about the temple that is available in English.
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Not the best of locations next to the fish market, but the area was so spotlessly clean, I'm sure it doesn't have a very big impact even when the market is open. Well worth a visit. Lots of history, but the temple that is now...More
This temple has very unique architecture compared to the other buddhist temples in and around Tokyo. There was a very sweet older Japanese man that greeted us at the entrance, invited us in, told us we could take photos and provided us with English literature...More
This temple is located next to the famous Tsukiji fish market. This old Buddhist temple has a long history. It used to be a traditional Japanese-style architecture for a long time but it was destroyed by fire few times. So, 100 years ago, it was...More
Very near the impressive Tsukiji Seafood Market, this relatively new temple, built in the 1930s may not seem as impressive as the other temples when looking at its interior, however, the interiors reveal something more interesting. You can tell that a lot of work went...More
Tsukiji Honganji is a relatively new Jodo Shinshu Buddhist Temple , built between 1931 and 1934 .It is fairly different from other Buddhist temples you may see in Japan . Its structure resembles South Asia/India architecture , and you will not find the manicured bush/trees/foliage...More
just happened to pass by this place while leaving Tsujiki market. Outdoors it looked like a museum with European architecture. Inside however, housed a Buddhist temple. We went in to check it out, there was a quiet and peaceful atmosphere inside. And the decor was...More
Worth visiting if you are around Tsukiji area, It is very near to Tsukiji fish market. Allocate about 30-45 min to walk around and photo taking. This buddhist temple is build with Indian architecture design because buddha is originate from India. No entrance fee.
A European looking Buddhist hall that is good for taking pictures, with signboards around the compound that tells the story of the place if you're a history buff. Main hall is only open for worshipers but their courtyard is open.