Asakusa Fujiasama Shrine, Asakusa

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#275 of 1,739 in Historic Sites in Tokyo
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  • It is usually closed. Open only on special dates. There is too much difference in the air which drifts when it is closed and when it is open. This ema is pink in the form of cherry blossoms and is prettier than the shizuoka one of the main house.
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  • The second Fujizuka in Taito-ku is Asakusa Fuji. Located in Taitung Ward 5-3-2. The back of Sensoji should be directly north ed. This Fujizuka is very easy to understand. The name of the shrine ⛩ is already asakusa fuji asama shrine. There is a small precinct smaller precincts ahead of the torii facing the road, and there is a fujizuka which is easy to understand so that there is no more. Naturally, the climbing mountain entrance and the shimoyamaguchi are made in the form of Mt. Fuji, and there is a joint display though this is the one of the future, too. This is a climbing mountain from the fifth. There is also a shrine at the top. There is an elementary school on the other side of the road between this shrine ⛩. It is called Fuji elementary school very. It is written that we are strange in the school building. A picture of Mt. Fuji is also painted. There is Fuji park in the vicinity, and it is Fuji all over. Originally, there might have been a considerably large-scale Fujizuka though Fujizuka in the precincts might be the making of the future generations.
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  • Lovely place to visit in Asakusa. Beautiful shrines and nice architectures. Must visit place if you have 1 day to look see when in Tokyo.
  • I visited Asakusa Shrine around 6am and it was a very meditative experience to watch the place yet so quiet because the shops are still closed and only the passersby and people praying were seen. I was also amazed at how meticulously the incense holder was cleaned and shined.
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