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Sengaku-ji Temple

2-11-1 Takanawa, Minato 108-0074, Tokyo Prefecture
+81 3-3441-5560
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2-11-1 Takanawa, Minato 108-0074, Tokyo Prefecture
Shinagawa / Gotanda
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+81 3-3441-5560
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Not many people will visit this temple at a time, and so if you're as lucky as we were, you'll probably be the VERY few visitors there. As such you have the whole temple to yourselves, so do take the time to appreciate the beautiful...More

Thank Akf A
Reviewed 1 week ago

The temple was very peaceful and quiet with typically Japanese temple and garden. As other visitors, I came to pay respect to the 47 samurai and understand more about Japan history. It was a very nice temple and worth a short visit.

Thank Kiet Q
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I visited this temple after reading about the 47 Ronin to pay my respects to these 47 loyal and brave Samurai and there Master. The temple is a standard Japanese temple but if you are interested in this epic Japanese tale, then it is worth...More

2  Thank 137Paul
Reviewed 8 August 2017

One of the best temples I've ever visited. I was the only visitor at the time. So I had the luxury of silence and peace during my visit. It was surreal to see the lives of all 47 samurais immortalised in the most humble fashion....More

Thank meenday
Reviewed 25 July 2017

A fascinating site to visit, this is the final resting place of the 47 samurai that avenged their samurai lord. Just before you come to the resting place, you can visit two museums that tell the history and stories of these samurai. It's a quiet...More

1  Thank NatOvc
Reviewed 12 July 2017

If you have read the story of the 47 Ronin (or maybe seen the movie starring Keanu Reeves hahaha) you may want to visit this temple in Tokyo. The 47 ronin are buried here and their lord and master Asano san. The temple itself is...More

Thank Nonnapn
Reviewed 27 June 2017

Located south-east of Tokyo city. There was <10 other people when i went there. it was REALLY a small out of the way location for folks who are adventurous to get away from the madding crowds of Shinjuku, Shibuya... Visit the Head washing well and...More

Thank salohcini
Reviewed 23 June 2017

Whether you were touched by the movie, 47 Ronin, or you are simply interested in the Japanese feudal period, this is a must see. I can't vouch for the authenticity of the movie but I can vouch for this moving tribute to these heroic samurai....More

1  Thank StevefromNorthLakes
Reviewed 20 June 2017

This temple holds the remains of the 47 Ronin and their load. The museum tells their story in both Japanese and English and there is a way to honor those brave warriors. Read the story before you go or watch one of the several movices...More

Thank Randall S
Reviewed 18 June 2017

I've been here for years, ever since I read a novel and saw The 47 Ronin Story. The explanations available are very informative, especially if already read the novel The 47 Ronin Story.

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beautiful traditional Japanese gardens with ponds, as
well as enjoy the changing seasons. Shinagawa was a
post and a port town during the Edo era and the lavish
old Shinto shrines and Buddhist temples at Shinagawa
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verada
15 May 2016|
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Response from Bead109 | Reviewed this property |
I've never seen any guides or docents but there is an English pamphlet that is very inexpensive. I highly recommend that you pay to go into the museum, there is a very good film in English which explains the story of the 47... More
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Candace J
21 March 2015|
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Response from _LeeKO_22 | Reviewed this property |
The only fees are for the museum. And the fees aren't that expensive
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