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Asakusa Shrine, also known as Sanja-sama, was built during the Edo Period and survived the air raids of 1945. The shrine's festival, the Sanja Matsuri, is one of Tokyo's most spectacular and popular. It is held every year on a weekend (Friday to Sunday) in mid May. Hours: Always open Admission:…
On the right side of Sensoji temple main-hall, there is Asakusa shrine. It is interesting to know that, Buddhist Sensoji and Shintoism Shrine is staying together here. It is much smaller than temple, though, seeing its old architecture of more than 350 years old, and much more quiet and peaceful…
Asakusa Shrine (浅草神社 Asakusa-jinja), also known as Sanja-sama ("Shrine of the Three gods"), is one of the most famous Shinto shrines in Tokyo. Located in Asakusa, the shrine honors the three men who founded the Sensō-ji.
Asakusa Shrine is located just nearby Senso-ji. Three gods known as 'Sanja-sama' are worshipped here. Just like Christian-style wedding ceremonies at churches, Shinto-style marriage ceremonies take place at this shrine from time to time.
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“Akasaka Palace (赤坂離宮 Akasaka rikyu), or the State Guest House (迎賓館 Geihinkan), is one of the two State Guesthouses of the Government of Japan. The palace was originally built as the Imperial Palace for the Crown Prince (東宮御所 Togu gosho) in 1909.”
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“A lot more interactive than I expected! Can play 70-80% of the drums, but can be aweful loud with more than about 5 people in there as the museum consists of one room. For 500 yen it's a pretty good place to bash about. ”
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