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Visiting Asakusa? Why not to make a stop at nearby!

Visiting Asakusa?


(Through May 8 (Monday) 2017)

If you have a chance to visit Asakusa Sensoji Temple, you should look at the Garden next to the five-storied pagoda just beside. For a limited period, you can see Giant Ema and Garden. The five-storied pagoda can’t be seen now for repair, but instead you should look at the garden.


Sensoji Temple ” Exhibition of Giant Ema* and Denboin Garden”

– Restoration project for Kumamoto and the Great East Japan Earthquake.

(*Giant Ema: Framed pictures to dedicate to shrine or temple for the wishes or for an appreciation for wish fulfillment. )


Date and time: March 10 (Fri) – May 8 (Monday) 2017

10 am – 4 pm (closed at 4:30 pm)

Place: Asakusa Special Exhibition Hall • Garden (Law Enforcement Center)

Admission fee: 300 yen (Free up to 2 accompanying children below junior high school students)

Pass through the crowd of Nakamise , visit Sensoji Temple, and then go around the garden of 10,000 m2 (100,000 sq. ft), your heart feels comfortable and relax. You can feel the beauty of the Japanese garden.


a picture of Denboin garden.Through May 8 (Monday) 2017 You can see the garden of Asakusa Sensoji Temple. Especialy it opens now.