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Hossho-ji Temple

Yanagishima Myouken and person who is called, and believes from the Edo era are temples which there was many since we were founded on (1573) day in 1573 by 遄 holy priest. There were Myouken temple and Furuki of pine placed as shunning a devil-based quarter of Edo-jo Castle in the precincts. In addition, honoring monument of Hokusai Katsushika was erected on chief priest will Suzuki day on Suzuki day by chief priest will because Hokusai Katsushika believed in Buddhist saint of the North Star and left a lot of works such as "Yanagishima Myouken temple" about Hossho-ji Temple "Myouken shrine".

Main historic spot: Stone tablet of the Sakae 1, Shoan crane "richness", 瘞 hair mound (monument of fire fighter settlement), honoring monument of Hokusai Katsushika

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〒130-0002 5-7-7, Narihira, Sumida-ku, Tokyo

From Toei Asakusa Line/Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line Oshiage Station a 6-minute walk

Approach of Sumida-ku Tourism Association

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