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Kameido Tenjinsha, Koto

Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
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3.7/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web
A visit to Kameido Tenjinsha during late April or early May affords vibrant and picturesque views of blooming wisteria trees. Established in 1661, the temple enshrines the ninth-century politician and scholar, Sugawara no Michizane, who is said to offer worshippers luck and good favor in exams. The focal point of the temple is its large pond in the front gardens, where you'll find around 200 wisteria trees growing on trellises bordering the pond, and have the chance to traverse traditional-looking, steep-arched bridges, lacquered in red paint. Look out for the koi carp and turtles, resident in the water, and expect busy crowds during the wisteria bloom. Take a look at our Tokyo holiday planner to schedule your visit to Kameido Tenjinsha and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • 紫藤全盛時期的花期不是很長,這次去的時候已算是有點錯過了,但是還是能拍到不錯的照片。神社在藤祭的時候還有其他活動,詳情可留意官網。 
  • It is a nice place that time untainted Wisteria purple dyed purple Wisteria season is really a sight to see, but look behind the Tokyo sky tree, so while enjoying a nice view Tenjin shrines to pray.
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  • And even strangers all night stand is open new year's Eve, so we could enjoy. I think it good for those seeking quality food stalls, so is does not work, but try to commemorate the once.
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