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NIshiarai-Daishi

Nishiarai Daishi, formally Sojiji, is a relativily large Shingon Buddhist temple located in the northeastern part of Tokyo.

It is said to have been founded in 826 by shingon Sect founder Kukai.

This temple is right in front of Tobu Daishi Line Daishi-mae Station, which is a station away from Tobe Skytree Line Nishiarai Station (and Daishi Line ends here).

 

Tokyo Skytree & Around

Visible from all over the city, Tokyo Skytree has overtaken Tokyo Tower as the new symbol of the capital. A trip to the top gives you sweeping views of the metropolis and beyond; in good weather you can spot Mount Fuji looming on the horizon. Surrounded by the modern shopping complex Tokyo Solamachi, the retro shopping streets of Shitamachi Ninjo Kirakira Tachibana Shotengai, and a number of interesting and interactive museums, the Tokyo Skytree area is much more than just the tower.

ASAKUSA

Asakusa—an area centered around Sensoji Temple with its Thunder Gate and Nakamise shopping street—is surrounded by water and immersed in rich tradition. Take in riverside views, hop on a boat for a riverside cruise, or stroll the traditional streets filled with stalls and authentic souvenir shops selling quintessentially Japanese goods. Visit Asakusa to experience true Japanese traditions, arts and crafts, and take a little piece home with you.

Ginza&Nihonbashi

Brand shopping and rich history

Visit the opulent downtown district of Ginza for the best offerings in fine dining and luxury brand shopping and head to Nihonbashi to explore the area's rich history.

Shinjuku (TOKYO)

Shinjuku - one of Tokyo´s most cutting-edge areas

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