About this sight
Nichiyodera is a buddhist temple in Yamatocho.
Tokyo Hackerspace is a group made up of programmers, engineers, musicians and artists to converge technology, arts, crafts, and music.
Trampoline Park Trampoland Tokyo
Trampoline Park has a 16 x 5m trampoline for children as well as adults to have fun and exercise at the same time. (Weekend mornings are reserved for children b
Ajinomoto Field Nishigaoka
Guchoku is a ramen shop located in Nakaitabashi specializing in Tonkotsu Ramen.
Jujo Ginza Shopping Street
This lively shopping street is shown on popular TV programs from time to time.
Tokyo Guest House Itabashi-juku
Featuring free WiFi and a terrace, Tokyo Guest House Itabashi-juku offers accommodation in Tokyo, 3.5 km from The Sunshine 60 Observatory. Rooms include a shar
FLEXSTAY INN Tokiwadai
Conveniently located a 5-minute walk from Tokiwadai Train Station on the Tobu Tojo Line, Flexstay Inn Tokiwadai offers self-catering accommodation. Free WiFi is
Smi:re Stay Tokyo
Smi:re Stay Tokyo is located a 13-minute walk from Tokiwadai Train Station and offers accommodation decorated with bright wooden interior. Free WiFi is offered
Featuring free WiFi and a hot tub, Mokkoan offers accommodation in Kita Ward, Tokyo. Private parking is available on site. Every room comes with a flat-screen
APA Hotel Tokyo Itabashi
APA Hotel Tokyo Itabashi is conveniently located just a minute’s walk from JR Itabashi Station and features well-equipped room with flat-screen TVs, a restauran
FLEXSTAY INN Higashi Jujo
Offering air-conditioned, self-catering accommodation, Flexstay Inn Higashijujo is conveniently located right in front of JR Higashijujo Train Station. Free WiF
You may also be interested in
Established as a temple of the Rinzai sect of Zen Buddhism in 1346, Genko-an Temple was turned into a temple of the Soto sect in 1694.
Yoshiminedera Temple, a Buddhist temple in Western Kyoto, is the 20th temple on the Saigoku Kannon pilgrimage.
Unryu-in Temple is the blanch temple of Sennyu-ji Temple. It was established in 1372 by Emperor Gokogon.
This Tendai Buddhist temple located in Meguro, Tokyo, is the 33rd temple of the Edo 33 temples pilgrimage. The temple is well known as the last resting place of
Myoryu-ji Temple (Ninja-dera/Ninja Temple)
Myoryu-ji is a Buddhist temple, commonly called the Ninja Temple or Ninja-dera for its former use as a disguised military station. Visitors may only enter with
This temple is known as "red gate temple"and it is said the senju (thousand hand) Kannon statue that is located at this temple is the origin of the area name.