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Sengaku-ji Temple

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2-11-1 Takanawa, Minato 108-0074, Tokyo Prefecture
Shinagawa, Gotanda
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Definitely a must visit for anyone visit in the Tokyo area Its the temple where the 47 ronin are buried .It has a very tranquil kind of at peace feel. It's a little hard to find as soon as you exit the asakusa line you're...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Every school boy remembers the story of the 47 Ronin. Today I had the honour of standing in their graveyard to pay my respects to their memory. The graves are immaculately kept and there are a number of English information signs. The museum (two parts)...More

Thank K S
Reviewed 12 August 2018 via mobile

Visited this place last year and received a phenomenal blessing when I placed a prayer here. For a while now, my work had not been great.I have been under a lot of pressure at my workplace before taking this holiday to Tokyo. This is when...More

Thank Gan_Intl_Travel
Reviewed 11 August 2018

Walk to the shrine was beautiful ..... spent some time enjoying the oriental beauty and garden around it...

Thank Savitha N
Reviewed 19 July 2018 via mobile

If you're a fan of samurai, this is your place to be. Home to the graves of the 47 ronin, this temple has a small museum with several artifacts and 47 statues of the samurai. You can visit the graves of the samurai and pay...More

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Reviewed 30 June 2018 via mobile

A hugely moving and overwhelming experience. Having been to many sacred sites around the world, the atmosphere, sense of place and energy was palpable. Being able to buy bundles of 47 incense sticks at the entrance, one for each Ronin grave was a lovely touch....More

Thank Jez T
Reviewed 28 June 2018 via mobile

Very quiet at end of day and made for a very peaceful and quiet time to explore. Most signs are in English so you can understand the various areas.

Thank Twinmommy123
Reviewed 28 June 2018

Place a visit to the Sengaku-ji Temple in your tip 5 temples to visit if you’re visiting Tokyo. Although the temple was rebuilt after World War Two, what makes this visit a must is that this Buddhist temple is home to the graves of the...More

Thank Adrian2016Traveller
Reviewed 24 June 2018

This is a lovely Temple, which is famous as the Burial place of the 47 Ronin, we visited at the end of the day, and it was both peaceful and very quiet. There is a nice bi lingual information panel explaining the story This is...More

Thank Andrew R
Reviewed 29 May 2018 via mobile

We were in the area so we were definitely going to visit. Well preserved temple and shrine. The history of it is very interesting. Excellent dedication to those men who will never be forgotten.

Thank Colum S
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I wore 3/4 length cargo pants and a collared shirt, but not necessarily long pants. Being comfortable, check the local weather report and dress accordingly. Hat was essential for me and study comfortable walking shoes. Enjoy!
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I've never seen any guides or docents but there is an English pamphlet that is very inexpensive. I highly recommend that you pay to go into the museum, there is a very good film in English which explains the story of the 47... More
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The only fees are for the museum. And the fees aren't that expensive
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