About this sight
Myogyoji Temple is a Hokke sect Buddhist temple and is best known for being the location of the grave of Oiwa-sama.
The spooky gravesite of one of Japan's most famous ghosts.
A Temple housing the God of hell.
Honmyo-ji Temple is located in Sugamo, close to the JR Sugamo train station.
Sugamo Maruji Red Pants
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