The site of Sanjusangendo (historical site)
Trace of Sanjusangen-do Temple which existed in the Edo era
Edo Sanjusangen-do Temple was erected in Asakusa in imitation of Sanjusangen-do Temple (lotus flower emperor) of Kyoto in (1642) in 1642 and was moved in Fukagawa in (1701) in 1701. Sanjusangendo in Kyoto is famous for tohshiya, Japanese long-distance archery. In Edo Sanju-sangendo, tohshiya was also part of samurai warriors' archery practice in the Edo period. Edo Sanjusangen-do Temple was dismantled in 1872 by (1872).
|Address||2-4 Tomioka, Koto-ku|
|Access||Toei Oedo Line, Tokyo Metro Tozai Line "Monzen-Nakacho Station" Exit 1 5-minute walk|