Temple where nurse of general Ietsuna Tokugawa, the Misawa situation lie for four generations
Joshinji Temple of the Nichiren sect was founded in 1658 to mourn for Bosatsu of Misawanotsubone, the wet nurse of Shogun Ietsuna Tokugawa IV, as well as the wife of Enshu Kobori, who was famous for Sado (Japanese tea ceremony) and landscape gardening. It is a large, famous temple with the high status of Jumangoku. It is called the foremost Edojudaisoshi, where Gokaicho (Buddhist image exhibitions) from Mt. Minobu are often held.
|Address||2-4-25, Hirano, Koutou-ku|
|Access||Toei Oedo Line, Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line "Kiyosumi-Shirakawa Station" Exit B2 (exit for exclusive use of Hanzomon Line) 7-minute walk, Exit A3 9-minute walk|