“A symbolic temple in Kagurazaka!”
Bishamonten Zenkokuji Temple is a Buddhist temple built in 1595 by Tokugawa Ieyasu, the first Tokugawa shogunate. It transferred to the Main Street of Kagurazaka in 1670 and has been loved by the locals for a long time. The principal object of worship is Bishamonten that is known as the guardian god of Buddhism and brings people good luck!
Shinjuku City, Tokyo 162-0825
(5 minutes walk from “Iidabashi Sta.” B3 Exit)
(6 minutes walk from “Kagurazaka Sta.” A1 Exit)