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This temple is known for a fire called Meireki-no-Taika, an inferno 400 years ago which killed over 100,000 people.
This temple is known for a fire called Meireki-no-Taika, an inferno 400 years ago which killed over 100,000 people. It is said that this fire broke out in Honmyoji. There are also some tombs of famous people in this temple. A Japanese sward man Syuusaku Ciba and a political office leader Kinshirou Touyoma, for example.
5 Chome-35-6 Sugamo, Toshima-ku, Tōkyō-to 170-0002, Japan
Asukayama Park is the first park in Japan
A classical Japanese park with ponds, hills and teahouses, originally built in 1695 by Yanagisawa Yoshiyasu, a Tokugawa daimyo
The Toyo Bunko is a special library and a research institute of Oriental studies
Probably Tokyo's best-preserved early Edo-era Western-style mansion, designed by English architect Josiah Condor
One of 6 stores dedicated to the cute popular Pokemon characters
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Seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Tokyo