About this sight
Sengakuji is a Buddhist temple located in the port area of Tokyo.
Koyasan Tokyo Betsuin
Koyasan Betsuin is the Tokyo branch temple of Koyasan Temple which organizes Ajikan Meditation experience for visitors.
The replicas of the ancient people's residences and 4,000-year-old clay images are restored and displayed. A layer of shells unearthed here has been preserved,
Ajinomoto Foundation for Dietary Culture
It was established in 1989 under the authorization of the Minister of Agriculture. Its library holds information materials, including monographs, scholarly pape
Kamezuka Park is a park for children in Minato ward, Tokyo.
Maruichi is a popular bagel shop located close to Shirokanetakanawa station.
APA Hotel Shinagawa Sengakuji Eki-Mae
Situated a 2-minute walk from Toei Asakusa Line and Keikyu Main Line Sengakuji Station, APA Hotel Shinagawa Sengakuji Eki-Mae features free WiFi and high-speed
Located in Tokyo in the Tokyo Prefecture Region, this detached apartment is 2.1 km from Tokyo Tower. The property boasts views of the city and is 2.4 km from Eb
Grand Prince Hotel Takanawa
Featuring a spacious garden and 7 restaurants, Grand Prince Takanawa is a 5-minute walk from JR Shinagawa Shinkansen (bullet train) Station. It offers spacious
The Prince Sakura Tower Tokyo, Autograph Collection
Reopened after renovation in September 2013, the Prince Sakura Tower Tokyo is a 3-minute walk from JR Shinagawa Shinkansen Station. The hotel offers free spa an
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