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Kōtō Ward 江東区

Kiyosumi Gardens
Kiyosumi Gardens
very good Dating back to the Edo era, the gardens are believed to have been the residence of business tycoon Kinokuniya Bunzaemon. The residence passed to Kuze-yamatonokami...Read more
Tomioka Hachimangū
Tomioka Hachimangū Shrine, Tokyo
good Fukagawa's largest shinto shrine, it was established in 1627 and is Tokyo's largest Hachiman Shrine. During the Edo period, sumo wrestlers tournaments were held here...Read more
Hōjō-in Temple
Hōjō-in Temple
good Established in 1629, it hosts the Enma-dō ("Hall of the King of Hells"). Don't miss the exuberant 3.5m tall statue of Enma-sama, the Buddhist dharmapala and judge of the dead...Read more
Fukagawa Fudōson Temple
Fukagawa Fudōson Temple
good The temple was first built in 1703 and is a branch of the Narita-san Shinshō-ji Temple. The present building dates from 1881....Read more
Kameido Tenjin Shrine
Kameido Tenjin, Tokyo
good The shrine was established in 1662 in honour to the politician, scholar and poet Sugawara no Michizane...Read more
Edo Fukagawa Museum
Edo Fukagawa Museum
good A small museum that gives the visitor a good idea of how life was in Tokyo during the late Edo period (1600-1868)...Read more
Kiba Park
Kiba Park
good The largest park in the Kōtō Ward, it is home to the Tokyo Museum of Contemporary Art...Read more

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