About this sight
This is one of the Tokyo-Metropolitan-Selected Historical Buildings.
Shibamata Taishakuten (Taishakuten Daikyo-ji Temple)
Shibamata Taishakuten is one of the Seven Lucky Gods temples in Shibamata, and a major religious establishment of the Nichiren sect of Buddhism. It houses Bishi
Manpuku-ji Temple is one of the Seven Lucky Gods temples in Shibamata, and home of the god Fukurokuju, whose name means “fortune, happiness, and longevity”. Fuk
Traditional stores selling edible souvenirs line this paved walking street which leads to Shibamata Taishakuten (Taishakuten Daikyo-ji Temple).
Shinsho-in Temple is one of the Seven Lucky Gods temples in Shibamata. It commemorates the goddess Benten, the only female of the Seven Lucky Gods.
Katsushika Fireworks Festival
The Katsushika Fireworks Festival is held every year at the end of July in Shibamata.
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