Horinouchi Myohoji

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堀之内 妙法寺
堀之内 妙法寺
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Time Out says

People have been flocking to Myohoji since the Edo period. Known as a temple for yakuyoke – the warding off of evil – the grounds of the temple boast a number of historic structures which have been designated cultural properties by the city, or important cultural properties at the national level (look out for the Nio-mon and Tetsu-mon gates, the Onari-no-ma and the Soshi-do). The statues of the kongorikishi guardians, which sit on the left and right sides of the Nio-mon, are thought to have been donated by the fourth Tokugawa shogun, Ietsuna.

Details

Address:
3-48-8 Horinouchi, Suginami-ku
Tokyo
Transport:
Shin-Koenji Station (Marunouchi line)
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