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Renkoji Temple (蓮光寺 Renkoji) is a Buddhist temple in Tokyo, Japan. It is assumed to be the purported location of the ashes of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, Indian freedom-fighter, which have been preserved since September 18, 1945. The small...more
You should visit this temple if you are in Tokyo. Renkōji Temple is a Buddhist temple in Tokyo, Japan. It is assumed to be the purported location of the ashes of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, Indian freedom-fighter, which have been preserved since September 18, 1945....More
Had an amazing and emotional experience. Subhash Chandra Bose has been forever buried and lost in suburb Tokyo many miles apart from India. I request all the people who enjoys the freedom and democracy in India, to pay respect at this place and acknowledge his...More
Although the presence of ashes of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose in Renkoji Temple is controversial, this is a historically important place associated with WWII. This is a pretty unknown shrine like every typical local shrines we can see everywhere in Japan. There is no English...More
Not Sure If i am visiting the real place to give respect our nation's hero, not only that after all he is a Bengali. I visited this place once, really difficult to figure out, thought of coming back without being able to find the place...More
This non-descript temple is located somewhere in Tokyo's suburban sprawl and been would have been invisible to most people (actually, it still is unknown to many a traveller), had it not been the resting place of a legend. This temple is located in a quiet...More