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I went and they had awesome sights for a temple and its in Tokyo!!so the sights and feel was authentic Japanese!!
I did some worshiping and yeah!! sugamo is kinda like the grandparents area for harajuku!!!
so old fashion style stuff!!!
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Around Sugamo, this is a must visit place for elders who have some sort of pain or disease and wish to recover by washing aching body parts of the small Buddha. There is a belief that by washing the same location of the Buddha, one’s...More
Nice temple to visit and experience the culture. Worshippers come and pray for health. There is a statute of the Goddess of Kannon where you wash the part of the statute that is sore and will cure your ailment. Outside of the temple, there are...More
I visited there few years ago in february when there was event. Lots of people coming to see celebrities.
Date of experience: April 2012
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