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Itsukushima-jinja Shrine (Nukebenten)

Although “Nukebenten,” the nickname for Itsukushima-jinja Shrine, is nowadays used to refer to the area, the shrine, which is known as the place where Minamoto no Yoshiie, a Minamoto clan samurai of the late Heian period (794-1185), visited to pray, is actually located in this area. Because former Kamakura Highway ran this neighborhood…

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Taiso-ji Temple

With the formal name “Kasumigaseki-zan Honkaku-in Taiso-ji,” Thatched hut "emperor hermitage" which Buddhist priest, emperor opened is nisakanoborima in forerunner in around 1596 (Keicho 1)…

Kyu-Goryo-Tei (Taiwan Pavilion)
Kyu-Goryo-Tei (Taiwan Pavilion)
Kyu-Goryo-Tei (Taiwan Pavilion)
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shinshukugoenkyugo*tei (daiwankaku)

In commemoration of marriage of the Emperor Showa, it was completed in building donated by voluntary Japanese residents in Taiwan at the time in 1927,designed by architect, Matsunosuke Moriyama.…

Tokyo Some Monogatari Museum
Tokyo Some Monogatari Museum
Tokyo Some Monogatari Museum
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Tokyo Some Monogatari Museum

Together with the development of the Tokugawa shogunate, people started wearing kimono made with komon- and sarasa-dyeing techniques, which gave rise to many dyeing manufacturers. In Kanda and Asakusa having abundant high quality water…

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Shinjuku Promenade Park“Shiki-no-Michi”

Following the discontinuation of the tram system from Shinjuku in 1970, Shinjuku Promenade Park –“Shiki-no-Michi – was completed in 1974 in the area which used to accommodate the rails leading to the depot for the trams. Of "green…

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Hanazono-jinja Shrine

As a guardian god of Naito Shinjuku, one of the shukuba (post stations) in the Edo period (1603-1867), this inari-sha shrine,which worships the Inari god of agriculture and business, was brought from Mount Yoshino in Yamato-no-kuni (current Nara Prefecture) before the Edo period. There was the cause near Shinjuku 3 chome intersection, but is gen a year (1624 through 44) Kanei…

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Play at Tokyo Toy Museum!

Utilizing the building of a discontinued elementary school, this museum exhibits about 5,000 toys, including mainly wooden toys. Including board game which domestic and foreign traditional toys, adults can enjoy actually…

Suga Shrine, 36 thirty-six major poets' portraits with a superimposed tanka
Suga Shrine, 36 thirty-six major poets' portraits with a superimposed tanka
Suga Shrine, 36 thirty-six major poets' portraits with a superimposed tanka
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Suga Shrine, 36 thirty-six major poets' portraits with a superimposed tanka

Before Meiji Era, there had been Gozutennou shrine and Inari shrine. Later, those two shrines were enshirined together and became "Suga Shrine". With Suka of company name, **koredammei is…

Rakuu-Tei
Rakuu-Tei
Rakuu-Tei
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Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden, Rakuu-Tei

Rakuu-Tei, located in the Japanese Traditional Garden, is a tea house built in 1987. White plum blossoms in front of Rakuu-Tei bloom earliest in Shinjuku Gyoen. Standing up and making a bow seat (ryurei…

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Inari Kioujinja (Kiou Shrine)

Played kansei originally in fuku*ineka of the Suwa Shrine precincts of Tozuka in (1653) in 1653, and farmer Seiemon Tanaka of here is kan from Kumano in (1832) in 1832…

Zenkokuji Temple
Zenkokuji Temple
Zenkokuji Temple
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Zenkokuji Temple

Zenkokuji Temple was bulit in 1595 in kouji-machi under the order of Ieyasu Tokugawa. It is fire in 1670 (Kanbun 10)…

Shinjuku Historical Museum
Shinjuku Historical Museum
Shinjuku Historical Museum
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Shinjuku Historical Museum

Shinjuku Historical Museum was established as the center of Shinjuku's history and its culture. Change nimokakawa of sudden urbanization, war damage after the Meiji era and revival and busy history…

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The Soseki study Memorial

The Shinjuku Ward Soseki study Memorial opens on September 24! Great writer, Soseki Natsume is born and raised in Shinjuku and is house of Wasedaminamicho called "Soseki study" in nine years of later years…

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Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Japan, Korean Cultural Center

This is a cultural facility where you can learn about and experience Korean culture. Experience Korean life while enjoying tea break of Korea by room "Saran van" which reproduced private house of the fourth-floor Korea Era…

Shinjuku Central Park
Shinjuku Central Park
Shinjuku Central Park
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Shinjuku Central Park

Around Shinjuku West Exit is a business district where skyscrapers such as Tokyo Metropolitan government stand side by side. "Shinjuku Central Park" is here in the center of the busy business district, referred to as oasis. "Newly…

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Hozenji (Hozen temple)

Hozenji (Hozen temple) is a temple of Nichiren Buddhism, and its official name is "Shunjizanmitsuharuhozenji". Worship the one of the hilly section Seven Deities of Good Luck "God of Longevity", and rich coloring that is good as for the state of preservation into the main hall of a Buddhist temple…

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Eifukuji (Eifuku Temple)

Eifukuji is a temple of soto sect of Buddhism and called Ohisayamaeifukuji. We are informed with the (1648) foundation in 1648. When enter at the gate of Eifukuji (Eifuku Temple), gilt bronze of the dew seat which is rare in Shinjuku-ku…

Fumiko Hayashi Memorial Hall
Fumiko Hayashi Memorial Hall
Fumiko Hayashi Memorial Hall
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Fumiko Hayashi Memorial Hall

Former house where we lived in until novelist, Fumiko Hayashi (1903 through 51) dies in 1951 from 1941 is opened to the public as memorial. *…

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France to feel to be Shinjuku! ansutichu Francais Tokyo

ansutichu Francais Tokyo in Shinjuku words and cities valley is the French Government official engine which can taste atmosphere of France entirely! As oasis of the downtown area anytime…

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Some no Sato Futabaen (Hometown of Dyes Futaba Garden)

For clear stream which hang dyeing business that is local industry of Shinjuku-ku early in Showa from the Taisho era, and dyeing business that originally there was much in Kanda, Asakusa uses for washing in water the Kanda River…

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