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Inokashirabenzaiten, Mitaka

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  • Ando Hiroshige painted image of the Edo period but are in fact erected Minamoto no Yoritomo. Sarasvati who asked Hiroshi Mori Temple located just above a branch of treatment and asked at the temple for nokyo-sho.
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  • It is stands out in Inokashira Park. This landscape is crowded with people strolling, but visible only the pond around the Green and well, somewhere makes me feel far away.
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  • Towards the end of wide Inokashira Park. Kichijoji when Sen bathing after this small shrine appears green healed in about a 5-minute walk from Temple Station while walking in the Park and dawn and the presence of a building behind after returning profits and put the money in a colander, every year, Sen bathing somewhere in the wash as I go Kichijoji relax stretched legs and good I think.
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  • Closes at 5p.m., so it is not an option to visit after work. But worth visiting if you're nearby.
  • If you're in the park, stop by this atmospheric shrine. Bentenzai is originally a Chinese deity of fortune associated with music and water, so her shrines are found near ponds and springs. Nearby is a spring which is the source of the water for the pond and the Kanda River, which runs right through the middle of Tokyo to the bay. The shrine closes at 5, though. Also, an urban legend says that couples who ride the boats in the pond soon break up because the goddess gets jealous!
  • Beautiful location, but kind of challenging to navigate.
  • Pretty; popular photography spot.
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