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Sensō-ji, Taito-ku Tokyo


浅草2-3-1
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

03-3842-0181

浅草寺(せんそうじ)は、東京都台東区浅草二丁目にある、東京都内最古の寺である。山号は金龍山。本尊は聖観音菩薩(しょうかんのんぼさつ)。元は天台宗に属していたが第二次世界大戦後独立し、聖観音宗の総本山となった。観音菩薩を本尊とすることから「浅草観音」あるいは「浅草の観音様」と通称され、広く親しまれている。東京都内では、唯一の坂東三十三箇所観音霊場の札所(13番)である。江戸三十三箇所観音霊場の札所(1番)でもある。歴史創建 - 平安時代『浅草寺縁起』等にみえる伝承によると、浅草寺の草創の由来は以下のとおりである。推古天皇36年(628年)、宮戸川(現・隅田川)で漁をしていた檜前浜成・竹成(ひのくまのはまなり・たけなり)兄弟の網にかかった仏像があった。これが浅草寺本尊の聖観音(しょうかんのん)像である。この像を拝した兄弟の主人・土師中知(はじのなかとも、「土師真中知」(はじのまなかち)とも)は出家し、自宅を寺に改めて供養した。これが浅草寺の始まりという。その後大化元年(645年)、勝海上人という僧が寺を整備し観音の夢告により本尊を秘仏と定めた。観音像は高さ1寸8分(約5.5センチ)の金色の像と伝わるが、公開されることのない秘仏のためその実体は明らかでない。平安時代初期の天安元年(857年。天長5年(828年)とも)、延暦寺の僧・円仁(慈覚大師)が来寺して「お前立ち」(秘仏の代わりに人々が拝むための像)の観音像を造ったという。これらを機に浅草寺では勝海を開基、円仁を中興開山と称している。天慶5年(942年)、安房守平公雅が武蔵守に任ぜられた際に七堂伽藍を整備したとの伝えがあり、雷門、仁王門(現・宝蔵門)などはこの時の創建といわれる。

Buddhist Temple 近く Sensō-ji

浅草寺 雷門 (Kaminarimon Gate)
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
一丁目2番 - 3番地
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0034

Asakusa Sensoji Temple
Distance: 0.1 mi 詳しくは
浅草2-3-1
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

03-3842-0181

浅草寺 Senso-ji Temple
Distance: 0.1 mi 詳しくは
浅草2丁目
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

03-3842-0181

Sensō-ji
Distance: 0.0 mi 詳しくは
2-3-1, Asakusa, Taito-ku
Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

027-224-6567

Sensō-ji is an ancient Buddhist temple located in Asakusa, Tokyo, Japan. It is Tokyo's oldest temple, and one of its most significant. Formerly associated with the Tendai sect of Buddhism, it became independent after World War II. Adjacent to the temple is a Shinto shrine, the Asakusa Shrine.HistoryThe temple is dedicated to the bodhisattva Kannon (Avalokiteśvara). According to legend, a statue of the Kannon was found in the Sumida River in 628 by two fishermen, the brothers Hinokuma Hamanari and Hinokuma Takenari. The chief of their village, Hajino Nakamoto, recognized the sanctity of the statue and enshrined it by remodeling his own house into a small temple in Asakusa so that the villagers could worship Kannon.The first temple was founded in 645 CE, which makes it the oldest temple in Tokyo. In the early years of the Tokugawa shogunate, Tokugawa Ieyasu designated Sensō-ji as tutelary temple of the Tokugawa clan.The Nishinomiya Inari shrine is located within the precincts of Sensō-ji and a torii identifies the entry into the hallowed ground of the shrine. A bronze plaque on the gateway structure lists those who contributed to the construction of the torii, which was erected in 1727 (Kyōhō 12, 11th month). During World War II, the temple was bombed and destroyed. It was rebuilt later and is a symbol of rebirth and peace to the Japanese people. In the courtyard there is a tree that was hit by a bomb in the air raids, and it had regrown in the husk of the old tree and is a similar symbol to the temple itself.

Sensō-ji
Distance: 0.0 mi 詳しくは
浅草 2丁目3-1
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

淺草寺(浅草寺),又名金龍山淺草寺,位於日本東京都台東區淺草二丁目,是東京都内历史最悠久的寺院。山號為金龍山。供奉的本尊是聖觀音。原屬天台宗,於第二次世界大戰後獨立,成為聖觀音宗的總本山。觀音菩薩本尊通稱為「淺草觀音」。起源與历史根據寺傳的資料,推古天皇36年(628年),於宮戶川(現・隅田川)捕魚的檜前浜成・竹成(ひのくまのはまなり・たけなり)兄弟於漁網發現了一尊佛像。就是淺草寺本尊的聖觀音像。兄弟的主人・土師中知(はじのなかとも)拜了此佛像之後出家,把房屋改成寺廟來供奉。這是淺草寺之始。觀音像,相傳為高一寸八分(約5.5cm)的金色像,由於是非公開的秘藏佛像,故實體不明。其後,大化元年(645年),據說勝海上人為寺院進行整備、經觀音報夢告知而把本尊定為秘藏佛像。至平安時代初期天安元年(857年)(天長5年-828年),延暦寺僧人・円仁(慈覺大師)來寺製造了「お前立ち」(代替秘藏佛像供人參拜)觀音像。故稱淺草寺由勝海開基(創立者),円仁中興開山。雷門與仁王門於天慶5年(942年),安房守平公雅任武藏守的時候創建。淺草寺於文獻首次出現是鎌倉時代的『吾妻鏡』。近世為徳川家的祈願寺,關東有數的觀音靈場,参拜者眾。江戶時代後半,境内「仲見世」地區開始出現商店與芝居小屋,亦有賣藝人集中,成為當時庶民的娛樂中心。直至近代,淺草依然是平民的繁華街,娛樂場所發達,淺草寺作為此處地標。明治初期被指定為公園地、1885年(明治18年)於表参道兩側的「仲見世」漸漸變成近代的磚造建築物。1917年(大正6年)開始上演日本語的喜歌劇「淺草OPERA(淺草オペラ)」,於電影普及之前,大眾演劇盛極一時。第二次世界大戰後的淺草,由於東京都内其他娛樂場所的多樣化發展,而經歷一時衰退。但是作為東京代表性的觀光地,加上羽子板市、燈籠花市等活動,觀光客與善信不絕。寺内雷門-表参道入口之門。切妻造八脚門,左面的是風神像,右面的是雷神像,正式名稱為「風雷神門」,通稱為「雷門」。慶應元年(1865年)被燒毀、1960年(昭和35年)、約1世紀之後以鋼筋混凝土再重建。門内置有實業家松下幸之助於淺草觀音祈願之後病癒,作為報答而寄贈的大燈籠。

金龍山 浅草寺
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
浅草2-3-1
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

+81 3-3844-1575

Asakusa Kannon Temple, Tokyo Japan
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
浅草2丁目3−1
Minato-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

浅草寺 Senso-ji Temple
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
2-3-1, Asakusa, Taito-ku
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

金龍山 浅草寺(あさくさかんのん)

淺草 雷門
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
浅草2丁目3-1
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

072-725-8668

Asakusa Temple
Distance: 0.0 mi 詳しくは
2-3-1 asakusa
Taito-ku, Tokyo

Sensō-ji is an ancient Buddhist temple located in Asakusa, Tokyo, Japan. It is Tokyo's oldest temple, and one of its most significant. Formerly associated with the Tendai sect of Buddhism, it became independent after World War II. Adjacent to the temple is a Shinto shrine, the Asakusa Shrine.HistoryThe temple is dedicated to the bodhisattva Kannon (Avalokiteśvara). According to legend, a statue of the Kannon was found in the Sumida River in 628 by two fishermen, the brothers Hinokuma Hamanari and Hinokuma Takenari. The chief of their village, Hajino Nakamoto, recognized the sanctity of the statue and enshrined it by remodeling his own house into a small temple in Asakusa so that the villagers could worship Kannon.The first temple was founded in 645 AD, which makes it the oldest temple in Tokyo. In the early years of the Tokugawa shogunate, Tokugawa Ieyasu designated Sensō-ji as tutelary temple of the Tokugawa clan.The Nishinomiya Inari shrine is located within the precincts of Sensō-ji and a torii identifies the entry into the hallowed ground of the shrine. A bronze plaque on the gateway structure lists those who contributed to the construction of the torii, which was erected in 1727 (Kyōhō 12, 11th month). During World War II, the temple was bombed and destroyed. It was rebuilt later and is a symbol of rebirth and peace to the Japanese people. In the courtyard there is a tree that was hit by a bomb in the air raids, and it had regrown in the husk of the old tree and is a similar symbol to the temple itself.

雷門 浅草寺
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
浅草2ー3ー1
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

浅草寺(Sensoji Temple)
Distance: 0.0 mi 詳しくは
浅草2-3-1
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

鷲神社
Distance: 0.6 mi 詳しくは
東京都台東区千束3-18-7
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0031

03-3876-0010

Asakusa Temple, Tokyo Japan
Distance: 0.1 mi 詳しくは
JAPAN WAKAYAMA-KEN,SHINGU-SHI,KASUGA STREET 5-7 MINAMI
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

03-3842-0181

淺草寺
Distance: 0.0 mi 詳しくは
浅草2丁目3−1
Taito-ku, Tokyo

03-3842-0181

Sensoji Asakusa Jinja
Distance: 0.0 mi 詳しくは
浅草2-3-1
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

03-3844-1575

Sensoji Buddist Temple
Distance: 0.3 mi 詳しくは
浅草2-3-1
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

03-3842-0181

浅草 鷲神社 
Distance: 0.6 mi 詳しくは
東京都台東区千束3-18-7
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0031

03-3876-0010

Asakusa Kaminari-gate
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
浅草2-3-1 (2-3-1, Asakusa)
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

03-3842-0181

Asakusa Shrine (Or Sanja Sama)
Distance: 0.0 mi 詳しくは
2 Chome-3-1 Asakusa, Taito
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

浄土真宗東本願寺派 本山 東本願寺
Distance: 0.5 mi 詳しくは
西浅草1-5-5
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0035

03-3843-9511

矢先稲荷神社
Distance: 0.5 mi 詳しくは
松が谷2-14-1 (2-14-1, Matsugaya)
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0036

03-3844-0652

長國寺
Distance: 0.6 mi 詳しくは
千束3-19-6
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0031

03-3841-3910

清水寺
Distance: 0.4 mi 詳しくは
台東区松が谷2-25-10
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0036

03-3844-7672

駒形堂
Distance: 0.4 mi 詳しくは
雷門2-2
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0034

緑泉寺
Distance: 0.4 mi 詳しくは
西浅草1-8-5
Taito-ku, Tokyo

伝法院
Distance: 0.1 mi 詳しくは
浅草2丁目3−1
Taito-ku, Tokyo 1110032

03-3842-0181

萬隆寺 曹洞宗
Distance: 0.3 mi 詳しくは
西浅草3丁目27−22
Taito-ku, Tokyo 1110035

03-3841-5302

法昌寺
Distance: 0.6 mi 詳しくは
下谷2-10-6
Taito-ku, Tokyo

Landmark 近く Sensō-ji

浅草寺 雷門 (Kaminarimon Gate)
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
一丁目2番 - 3番地
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0034

浅草寺 Senso-ji Temple
Distance: 0.1 mi 詳しくは
浅草2丁目
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

03-3842-0181

Sensō-ji
Distance: 0.0 mi 詳しくは
2-3-1, Asakusa, Taito-ku
Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

027-224-6567

Sensō-ji is an ancient Buddhist temple located in Asakusa, Tokyo, Japan. It is Tokyo's oldest temple, and one of its most significant. Formerly associated with the Tendai sect of Buddhism, it became independent after World War II. Adjacent to the temple is a Shinto shrine, the Asakusa Shrine.HistoryThe temple is dedicated to the bodhisattva Kannon (Avalokiteśvara). According to legend, a statue of the Kannon was found in the Sumida River in 628 by two fishermen, the brothers Hinokuma Hamanari and Hinokuma Takenari. The chief of their village, Hajino Nakamoto, recognized the sanctity of the statue and enshrined it by remodeling his own house into a small temple in Asakusa so that the villagers could worship Kannon.The first temple was founded in 645 CE, which makes it the oldest temple in Tokyo. In the early years of the Tokugawa shogunate, Tokugawa Ieyasu designated Sensō-ji as tutelary temple of the Tokugawa clan.The Nishinomiya Inari shrine is located within the precincts of Sensō-ji and a torii identifies the entry into the hallowed ground of the shrine. A bronze plaque on the gateway structure lists those who contributed to the construction of the torii, which was erected in 1727 (Kyōhō 12, 11th month). During World War II, the temple was bombed and destroyed. It was rebuilt later and is a symbol of rebirth and peace to the Japanese people. In the courtyard there is a tree that was hit by a bomb in the air raids, and it had regrown in the husk of the old tree and is a similar symbol to the temple itself.

Sensō-ji
Distance: 0.0 mi 詳しくは
浅草 2丁目3-1
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

淺草寺(浅草寺),又名金龍山淺草寺,位於日本東京都台東區淺草二丁目,是東京都内历史最悠久的寺院。山號為金龍山。供奉的本尊是聖觀音。原屬天台宗,於第二次世界大戰後獨立,成為聖觀音宗的總本山。觀音菩薩本尊通稱為「淺草觀音」。起源與历史根據寺傳的資料,推古天皇36年(628年),於宮戶川(現・隅田川)捕魚的檜前浜成・竹成(ひのくまのはまなり・たけなり)兄弟於漁網發現了一尊佛像。就是淺草寺本尊的聖觀音像。兄弟的主人・土師中知(はじのなかとも)拜了此佛像之後出家,把房屋改成寺廟來供奉。這是淺草寺之始。觀音像,相傳為高一寸八分(約5.5cm)的金色像,由於是非公開的秘藏佛像,故實體不明。其後,大化元年(645年),據說勝海上人為寺院進行整備、經觀音報夢告知而把本尊定為秘藏佛像。至平安時代初期天安元年(857年)(天長5年-828年),延暦寺僧人・円仁(慈覺大師)來寺製造了「お前立ち」(代替秘藏佛像供人參拜)觀音像。故稱淺草寺由勝海開基(創立者),円仁中興開山。雷門與仁王門於天慶5年(942年),安房守平公雅任武藏守的時候創建。淺草寺於文獻首次出現是鎌倉時代的『吾妻鏡』。近世為徳川家的祈願寺,關東有數的觀音靈場,参拜者眾。江戶時代後半,境内「仲見世」地區開始出現商店與芝居小屋,亦有賣藝人集中,成為當時庶民的娛樂中心。直至近代,淺草依然是平民的繁華街,娛樂場所發達,淺草寺作為此處地標。明治初期被指定為公園地、1885年(明治18年)於表参道兩側的「仲見世」漸漸變成近代的磚造建築物。1917年(大正6年)開始上演日本語的喜歌劇「淺草OPERA(淺草オペラ)」,於電影普及之前,大眾演劇盛極一時。第二次世界大戰後的淺草,由於東京都内其他娛樂場所的多樣化發展,而經歷一時衰退。但是作為東京代表性的觀光地,加上羽子板市、燈籠花市等活動,觀光客與善信不絕。寺内雷門-表参道入口之門。切妻造八脚門,左面的是風神像,右面的是雷神像,正式名稱為「風雷神門」,通稱為「雷門」。慶應元年(1865年)被燒毀、1960年(昭和35年)、約1世紀之後以鋼筋混凝土再重建。門内置有實業家松下幸之助於淺草觀音祈願之後病癒,作為報答而寄贈的大燈籠。

Asakusa Shrine
Distance: 0.1 mi 詳しくは
浅草2-3-1
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

Asakusa Shrine, also known as Sanja-sama, is one of the most famous Shinto shrines in Tokyo, Japan. Located in Asakusa, the shrine honors the three men who founded the Sensō-ji. Asakusa Shrine is part of a larger grouping of sacred buildings in the area. It can be found on the east side of the Sensō-ji down a street marked by a large stone torii.HistoryAn example of the gongen-zukuri style of architecture, Asakusa Shrine was commissioned by Tokugawa Iemitsu and constructed in 1649 during Japan's Edo Period. It was constructed in order to honor the three men who established and constructed the Sensō-ji. The legend states that two brothers, fishermen named Hinokuma Hamanari and Hinokuma Takenari, found a bosatsu Kannon statuette caught in a fishing-net in the Sumida River on May 17, 628.The third man, a wealthy landlord named Haji no Nakatomo, heard about the discovery and approached the brothers to whom he delivered an impassioned sermon about the Buddha. The brothers were very impressed and subsequently converted to the Buddhist religion. The Kannon statue was consecrated in a small temple by the landlord and the brothers who thereafter devoted their lives to preaching the way of Buddhism. This temple is now known as the Sensō-ji. Asakusa Shrine was built in order to worship these men as deities. The shrine and its surrounding area and buildings have also been the site of many Shinto and Buddhist festivals for centuries. The most important and famous of these festivals is Sanja Matsuri, held in late May.

Asakusa Shrine
Distance: 0.1 mi 詳しくは
浅草2-3-1
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

Asakusa Shrine, also known as Sanja-sama, is one of the most famous Shinto shrines in Tokyo, Japan. Located in Asakusa, the shrine honors the three men who founded the Sensō-ji. Asakusa Shrine is part of a larger grouping of sacred buildings in the area. It can be found on the east side of the Sensō-ji down a street marked by a large stone torii.HistoryAn example of the gongen-zukuri style of architecture, Asakusa Shrine was commissioned by Tokugawa Iemitsu and constructed in 1649 during Japan's Edo Period. It was constructed in order to honor the three men who established and constructed the Sensō-ji. The legend states that two brothers, fishermen named Hinokuma Hamanari and Hinokuma Takenari, found a bosatsu Kannon statuette caught in a fishing-net in the Sumida River on May 17, 628.The third man, a wealthy landlord named Haji no Nakatomo, heard about the discovery and approached the brothers to whom he delivered an impassioned sermon about the Buddha. The brothers were very impressed and subsequently converted to the Buddhist religion. The Kannon statue was consecrated in a small temple by the landlord and the brothers who thereafter devoted their lives to preaching the way of Buddhism. This temple is now known as the Sensō-ji. Asakusa Shrine was built in order to worship these men as deities. The shrine and its surrounding area and buildings have also been the site of many Shinto and Buddhist festivals for centuries. The most important and famous of these festivals is Sanja Matsuri, held in late May.

Asakusa Kannon Temple, Tokyo Japan
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
浅草2丁目3−1
Minato-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

淺草 雷門
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
浅草2丁目3-1
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

072-725-8668

Kaminarimon
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
雷門1
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

The Kaminarimon is the outer of two large entrance gates that ultimately leads to the Sensō-ji (the inner being the Hōzōmon) in Asakusa, Tokyo, Japan. The gate, with its lantern and statues, is popular with tourists. It stands 11.7 m tall, 11.4 m wide and covers an area of 69.3 m2. The first gate was built in 941, but the current gate dates from 1960, after the previous gate was destroyed in a fire in 1865.HistoryThe Kaminarimon was first built in 941 by Taira no Kinmasa, a military commander. It was originally located near Komagata, but it was reconstructed in its current location in 1635. This is believed to be when the statues of Raijin and Fūjin were first placed on the gate. The gate has been destroyed many times throughout the ages. Four years after its relocation, the Kaminarimon burned down, and in 1649 Tokugawa Iemitsu rebuilt the gate along with several other of the major structures in the temple complex. The gate burnt to the ground in 1757 and again in 1865. The Kaminarimon's current structure was dedicated in December 1960.FeaturesFour statues are housed in the Kaminarimon, two in the front alcoves and two on the other side. On the front of the gate, the statues of the Shinto gods Fūjin and Raijin are displayed. Fūjin, the god of wind, is located on the east side of the gate, while Raijin, the god of thunder, is located on the west side. The original sculptures were severely damaged in the fire of 1865, with only the heads being saved, and the statues restored for the gate's 1960 reconstruction.

Asakusa Station
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
浅草1-1-3
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0033

03-3841-2052

Asakusa Station is a railway station in the Asakusa district of Taito, Tokyo, Japan, operated by Tobu Railway, Tokyo Metro, and Toei Subway. It formed one terminus of the original subway line in Tokyo, now the Ginza Line.LinesAsakusa Station is served by the following lines. Tobu Skytree Line (TS-01) Toei Asakusa Line (A-18) Tokyo Metro Ginza Line (G-19)Station layoutThere is a connecting passage from the Tobu station to the Tokyo Metro Station, and a connecting passage from the Tokyo Metro portion to the Toei portion. However, there are no direct connecting passages from the Toei portion to the Tobu portion or from the Tsukuba Express station to the rest of the station complex. Passengers wishing to transfer between the Toei and the Tobu stations have to walk at street level, while passengers transferring between the Tsukuba Express station and the rest of the complex must also walk at street level, as the Tsukuba Express station is located 600 meters to the west of the station complex.Tobu RailwayThe Tobu Railway terminal is a surface station, which occupies a portion of the Matsuya Department Store. The station is used by local and limited express trains. Although Asakusa is the most "central" terminal of the Isesaki Line, it is connected to the next major terminal, Kita-Senju Station, by a length of track with sharp curves, beginning with the first stretch leaving the station, where trains have to turn 90 degrees to the right at a maximum speed of 15 km/h to cross the Sumida River. In part due to the station's somewhat awkward location, many express and semi-express services on the Skytree Line run through Kita-Senju to the Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line and Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line rather than continue to Asakusa.

鷲神社(オオトリ神社)酉の市
Distance: 0.6 mi 詳しくは
千束3-18-7
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0031

03-3876-0010

江戸時代から続く、酉の市発祥の地、鷲神社

鷲神社(オオトリ神社)酉の市
Distance: 0.6 mi 詳しくは
千束3-18-7
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0031

03-3876-0010

江戸時代から続く、酉の市発祥の地、鷲神社

鷲神社
Distance: 0.6 mi 詳しくは
東京都台東区千束3-18-7
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0031

03-3876-0010

Kaminarimon
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
雷門1
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

雷門(かみなりもん)は、浅草寺の山門。東京都台東区浅草一丁目2番 - 3番地に位置する。正式名称は風雷神門(ふうらいじんもん)であり、「雷門」と書かれた提灯の逆側には「風雷神門」と書かれている。概要門に向かって、右側に風神、左側に雷神が配される、朱塗りの山門である。門の中央には、重さ約700Kgの提灯が吊りさげられており、浅草のランドマークとなっている。日本を象徴する風景として、外国人向けに日本を紹介するパンフレット、お土産のレリーフなどに採用されることが多い。歴史941年、安房国の太守であった平公雅が、武蔵国への配置転換を祈願。翌年、配置転換の願いが叶ったことから、新天地での天下泰平と五穀豊穣を祈願し伽藍などの寄進を行った。初代の雷門に相当する門は、その際に造られたとされる。雷門の呼称は、江戸時代の川柳に初めて登場するが、それ以前のいつの段階から呼ばれるようになったかは不明である。知名度に関しては、雷門の名が書かれた提灯が1795年に初めて奉納されており、浮世絵の題材に用いられたことから、以降、日本各地へ浸透したものと考えられる。山門はしばしば火災により消失しており、江戸時代だけでも2度も建て替えられている。最後の火災は1866年(慶応元年12月14日)であり、以後、100年近く恒久的な建築物としての山門は姿を消す。明治年間から太平洋戦争後にかけては、さまざまな形態の仮設の雷門が登場したと伝えられる。いずれも博覧会の開催や戦勝記念など、その時々のイベント的な要素が強く、素材は鉄骨やコンクリートなどの構造もあったほか、大きさもさまざまであった。1904年の日露戦争終結時には、凱旋門として雷門が建てられている。

Kaminarimon
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
雷門1
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

雷門(かみなりもん)は、浅草寺の山門。東京都台東区浅草一丁目2番 - 3番地に位置する。正式名称は風雷神門(ふうらいじんもん)であり、「雷門」と書かれた提灯の逆側には「風雷神門」と書かれている。概要門に向かって、右側に風神、左側に雷神が配される、朱塗りの山門である。門の中央には、重さ約700Kgの提灯が吊りさげられており、浅草のランドマークとなっている。日本を象徴する風景として、外国人向けに日本を紹介するパンフレット、お土産のレリーフなどに採用されることが多い。歴史941年、安房国の太守であった平公雅が、武蔵国への配置転換を祈願。翌年、配置転換の願いが叶ったことから、新天地での天下泰平と五穀豊穣を祈願し伽藍などの寄進を行った。初代の雷門に相当する門は、その際に造られたとされる。雷門の呼称は、江戸時代の川柳に初めて登場するが、それ以前のいつの段階から呼ばれるようになったかは不明である。知名度に関しては、雷門の名が書かれた提灯が1795年に初めて奉納されており、浮世絵の題材に用いられたことから、以降、日本各地へ浸透したものと考えられる。山門はしばしば火災により消失しており、江戸時代だけでも2度も建て替えられている。最後の火災は1866年(慶応元年12月14日)であり、以後、100年近く恒久的な建築物としての山門は姿を消す。明治年間から太平洋戦争後にかけては、さまざまな形態の仮設の雷門が登場したと伝えられる。いずれも博覧会の開催や戦勝記念など、その時々のイベント的な要素が強く、素材は鉄骨やコンクリートなどの構造もあったほか、大きさもさまざまであった。1904年の日露戦争終結時には、凱旋門として雷門が建てられている。

淺草寺
Distance: 0.0 mi 詳しくは
浅草2丁目3−1
Taito-ku, Tokyo

03-3842-0181

Asakusa雷門
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
浅草
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

Tokyo Sky Tree
Distance: 0.9 mi 詳しくは
1-1-2, Oshiage, Sumida-Ku, Tokyo
Sumida-ku, Tokyo 131-0045

0570-55-0634

Tokyo Skytree is a broadcasting, restaurant, and observation tower in Sumida, Tokyo, Japan. It became the tallest structure in Japan in 2010 and reached its full height of 634.0m in March 2011, making it the tallest tower in the world, displacing the Canton Tower, and the second tallest structure in the world after the Burj Khalifa (829.8 m/2,722 ft).The tower is the primary television and radio broadcast site for the Kantō region; the older Tokyo Tower no longer gives complete digital terrestrial television broadcasting coverage because it is surrounded by high-rise buildings. Skytree was completed on 29 February 2012, with the tower opening to the public on 22 May 2012. The tower is the centrepiece of a large commercial development funded by Tobu Railway and a group of six terrestrial broadcasters headed by NHK. Trains stop at the adjacent Tokyo Skytree Station and nearby Oshiage Station. The complex is 7km north-east of Tokyo Station.DesignThe design was published on 24 November 2006, based on the following three concepts: Fusion of neofuturistic design and the traditional beauty of Japan, Catalyst for revitalization of the city, Contribution to disaster prevention – "Safety and Security". The base of the tower has a structure similar to a tripod; from a height of about 350m and above, the tower's structure is cylindrical to offer panoramic views of the river and the city. There are observatories at 350m, with a capacity of up to 2000 people, and 450m, with a capacity of 900 people. The upper observatory features a spiral, glass-covered skywalk in which visitors ascend the last 5 meters to the highest point at the upper platform. A section of glass flooring gives visitors a direct downward view of the streets below.

牛嶋神社
Distance: 0.5 mi 詳しくは
向島1-4-5
Sumida-ku, Tokyo 131-0033

03-3622-0973

Tokyo Skytree Station
Distance: 0.8 mi 詳しくは
押上1-1-4
Sumida-ku, Tokyo 131-0045

03-3622-8191

is a railway station on the Tobu Skytree Line in Sumida, Tokyo, Japan, operated by the private railway operator Tobu Railway. It is adjacent to the Tokyo Skytree and Skytree Town redevelopment, and was formerly known as Narihirabashi Station.LinesTokyo Skytree Station is served by the Tobu Skytree Line from, and is 1.1 km from the line's Asakusa terminus.Station layoutThe station consists of one island platform serving two tracks.PlatformsHistoryThe station first opened on 1 April 1902 as. The station closed from 5 April 1904, but reopened on 1 March 1908. On 1 March 1910, the station was renamed. On 25 May 1931, this was renamed.Redevelopment and renamingNarihirabashi Station was renamed Tokyo Skytree Station from 17 March 2012, ahead of the opening of the Tokyo Skytree and adjoining Skytree Town shopping and office complex on 22 May 2012. From this date, all up limited express services and four down Spacia Kinu services stop at the station. The rebuilt and enlarged station was opened on 20 April 2012, with the concourse area increased from approximately 60 m2 to 700 m2.From the same day, station numbering was introduced on all Tobu lines, with Tokyo Skytree Station becoming "TS-02".Passenger statisticsIn fiscal 2012, the station was used by an average of 105,199 passengers daily.Surrounding area Tokyo Skytree Tobu Railway Head Office

Tokyo Skytree Station
Distance: 0.8 mi 詳しくは
押上1-1-4
Sumida-ku, Tokyo 131-0045

03-3622-8191

is a railway station on the Tobu Skytree Line in Sumida, Tokyo, Japan, operated by the private railway operator Tobu Railway. It is adjacent to the Tokyo Skytree and Skytree Town redevelopment, and was formerly known as Narihirabashi Station.LinesTokyo Skytree Station is served by the Tobu Skytree Line from, and is 1.1 km from the line's Asakusa terminus.Station layoutThe station consists of one island platform serving two tracks.PlatformsHistoryThe station first opened on 1 April 1902 as. The station closed from 5 April 1904, but reopened on 1 March 1908. On 1 March 1910, the station was renamed. On 25 May 1931, this was renamed.Redevelopment and renamingNarihirabashi Station was renamed Tokyo Skytree Station from 17 March 2012, ahead of the opening of the Tokyo Skytree and adjoining Skytree Town shopping and office complex on 22 May 2012. From this date, all up limited express services and four down Spacia Kinu services stop at the station. The rebuilt and enlarged station was opened on 20 April 2012, with the concourse area increased from approximately 60 m2 to 700 m2.From the same day, station numbering was introduced on all Tobu lines, with Tokyo Skytree Station becoming "TS-02".Passenger statisticsIn fiscal 2012, the station was used by an average of 105,199 passengers daily.Surrounding area Tokyo Skytree Tobu Railway Head Office

浅草 鷲神社 
Distance: 0.6 mi 詳しくは
東京都台東区千束3-18-7
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0031

03-3876-0010

酉の市鷲神社
Distance: 0.6 mi 詳しくは
千束3-18-7
Taito-ku, Tokyo

03-3876-0010

矢先稲荷神社
Distance: 0.5 mi 詳しくは
松が谷2-14-1 (2-14-1, Matsugaya)
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0036

03-3844-0652

Asakusa Market Tokyo
Distance: 0.6 mi 詳しくは
浅草
Taito-ku, Tokyo

Asakusa Station (Tsukuba Express)
Distance: 0.3 mi 詳しくは
西浅草三丁目1番11号
Taito-ku, Tokyo

Asakusa Station is an underground railway station on the Tsukuba Express line in the Asakusa district of Taito, Tokyo, Japan, operated by the private railway operator Metropolitan Intercity Railway Company. It is numbered "03".While this station is situated relatively close to the station complex of the same name serving the Ginza Line, the Asakusa Line and Tobu Railway, there are no transfer passageways between these two stations. Passengers transferring between these stations must transfer at street level, as the latter station is located 600 meters to the east.LinesAsakusa Station is served by the Tsukuba Express from Akihabara to Tsukuba.HistoryThe station opened on August 24, 2005.Surrounding areaThe station is about 300m to the west of Sensō-ji temple.The Rox department store can be reached from the southeast of the station, and the Asakusa View Hotel is located at the northeast corner of the station. The station is also surrounded by a variety of restaurants, theaters, pachinko parlors and an amusement park.

Yoshiwara
Distance: 0.7 mi 詳しくは
千束3-20-2
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0031

Yoshiwara was a famous in Edo, present-day Tōkyō, Japan.In the early 17th century, there was widespread male and female prostitution throughout the cities of Kyoto, Edo, and Osaka. To counter this, an order of Tokugawa Hidetada of the Tokugawa shogunate restricted prostitution to designated city districts. These districts were Shimabara for Kyōto, Shinmachi for Ōsaka and Yoshiwara for Edo . A leading motive for the establishment of these districts was the Tokugawa shogunate attempt to prevent the nouveau riche chōnin from engaging in political intrigue.HistoryThe Yoshiwara was created in the city of Edo, near what is today known as Nihonbashi, near the start of the busy Tōkaidō that leads to western Kyoto in western Japan. In 1656, due to the need for space as the city grew, the government decided to relocate Yoshiwara and plans were made to move the district to its present location north of Asakusa on the outskirts of the city.The old Yoshiwara district burned down (along with much of the city) in the Meireki fire of 1657; it was rebuilt in the new location, when it was renamed Shin Yoshiwara (New Yoshiwara), the old location being called Moto Yoshiwara (Original Yoshiwara); eventually the "Shin" was dropped, and the new district became known simply as the Yoshiwara.

勝海舟像
Distance: 0.3 mi 詳しくは
吾妻橋1-23-20 墨田区役所うるおい広場
Sumida-ku, Tokyo 130-0001

法昌寺
Distance: 0.6 mi 詳しくは
下谷2-10-6
Taito-ku, Tokyo

忍びの里 伊賀産を味わう in 浅草
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
浅草1-39-6 金玉堂横 アンテナショップ伊賀産立寄処
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

0358077664

伊賀市は三重県の北西部に位置し、「伊賀忍者の里」として知られ、俳聖 松尾芭蕉の生誕の地としても知られています。 寒暖差の激しい内陸型気候ということもあり、三重県内でも有数の米どころで、日本穀物検定協会が実施した「米の食味ランキング」で特Aを4年連続で獲得するなど、農業の盛んな地域です。また、畜産業も盛んで、肉牛の成長に最適な気候も相まって、味・肉質ともに良質な「伊賀牛」が飼育され、三重ブランドに認定されています。 菜種の栽培も盛んに行われ、収穫した菜種を絞った菜種油「七の花」を製造、販売しています。

Park 近く Sensō-ji

錦糸公園
Distance: 1.5 mi 詳しくは
錦糸
Sumida-ku, Tokyo 130-0013

03-5619-4033

Ueno Park, Tokyo, Japan
Distance: 0.9 mi 詳しくは
上野公園
Taito-ku, Tokyo 110-0007

03-3821-0755

Asakusa Temple
Distance: 0.0 mi 詳しくは
2-3-1 asakusa
Taito-ku, Tokyo

Sensō-ji is an ancient Buddhist temple located in Asakusa, Tokyo, Japan. It is Tokyo's oldest temple, and one of its most significant. Formerly associated with the Tendai sect of Buddhism, it became independent after World War II. Adjacent to the temple is a Shinto shrine, the Asakusa Shrine.HistoryThe temple is dedicated to the bodhisattva Kannon (Avalokiteśvara). According to legend, a statue of the Kannon was found in the Sumida River in 628 by two fishermen, the brothers Hinokuma Hamanari and Hinokuma Takenari. The chief of their village, Hajino Nakamoto, recognized the sanctity of the statue and enshrined it by remodeling his own house into a small temple in Asakusa so that the villagers could worship Kannon.The first temple was founded in 645 AD, which makes it the oldest temple in Tokyo. In the early years of the Tokugawa shogunate, Tokugawa Ieyasu designated Sensō-ji as tutelary temple of the Tokugawa clan.The Nishinomiya Inari shrine is located within the precincts of Sensō-ji and a torii identifies the entry into the hallowed ground of the shrine. A bronze plaque on the gateway structure lists those who contributed to the construction of the torii, which was erected in 1727 (Kyōhō 12, 11th month). During World War II, the temple was bombed and destroyed. It was rebuilt later and is a symbol of rebirth and peace to the Japanese people. In the courtyard there is a tree that was hit by a bomb in the air raids, and it had regrown in the husk of the old tree and is a similar symbol to the temple itself.

隅田公園
Distance: 0.3 mi 詳しくは
花川戸1-1
Taito-ku, Tokyo 131-0033

隅田川公園 浅草側
Distance: 0.3 mi 詳しくは
台東区
Taito-ku, Tokyo

向島百花園
Distance: 1.3 mi 詳しくは
東京都墨田区東向島3丁目18−3
Sumida-ku, Tokyo 131-0032

03-3611-8705

上野公園
Distance: 0.9 mi 詳しくは
上野公園
Taito-ku, Tokyo 110-0007

錦糸町公園
Distance: 1.5 mi 詳しくは
錦糸
Sumida-ku, Tokyo

錦糸公園 (Kinshi Park)
Distance: 1.5 mi 詳しくは
錦糸四丁目15番1号
Sumida-ku, Tokyo 130-0013

Yokoamicho Park
Distance: 1.0 mi 詳しくは
横網2-3-25
Sumida-ku, Tokyo 130-0015

03-3622-1208

is a public park in the Yokoami district of Sumida, Tokyo, Japan.HistoryFollowing the Great Kantō earthquake on 1 September 1923, as many as 44,000 people were killed in the park when it was swept by a firestorm. Following this disaster the park became the location of the main memorial to the earthquake; the Earthquake Memorial Hall and a nearby charnel house containing the ashes of 58,000 victims of the earthquake.Following World War II, the park also became the location of the main memorial to the victims of the Bombing of Tokyo in 1944 and 1945. The ashes of 105,400 people killed in the raids were interred in Yokoamicho Park between 1948 and 1951. A memorial to the people killed in the raids was opened in the park in March 2001.

日暮里南公園
Distance: 1.4 mi 詳しくは
東日暮里5-19-1
Arakawa-ku, Tokyo 116-0014

東白鬚公園
Distance: 1.5 mi 詳しくは
東京都墨田区堤通2-2-1
Sumida-ku, Tokyo

Chẳng Còn Ai Nhớ Tới Mình
Distance: 0.9 mi 詳しくは
nha
Taito-ku, Tokyo

09067086640

Wins錦糸町
Distance: 1.7 mi 詳しくは
江東橋3-8-2
Sumida-ku, Tokyo 130-0022

03-3632-4604

御徒町公園
Distance: 1.2 mi 詳しくは
台東4-13-3
Taito-ku, Tokyo

東京台場海濱公園
Distance: 0.9 mi 詳しくは
東京都港区台場1丁目 お台場海浜公園
Minato-ku, Tokyo

大横川親水公園イベント広場
Distance: 1.3 mi 詳しくは
東京都墨田区亀沢4丁目
Sumida-ku, Tokyo

東白髭公園
Distance: 1.6 mi 詳しくは
堤通2丁目
Sumida-ku, Tokyo

03-3614-4467

瑞光橋公園
Distance: 1.5 mi 詳しくは
南千住8-18-1
Arakawa-ku, Tokyo

横綱町公園
Distance: 1.1 mi 詳しくは
横綱町
Sumida-ku, Tokyo

錦糸堀公園
Distance: 1.8 mi 詳しくは
江東橋4丁目17番1号
Sumida-ku, Tokyo

小島公園
Distance: 0.9 mi 詳しくは
小島2-9-3
Taito-ku, Tokyo

花園公園
Distance: 0.6 mi 詳しくは
20
Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo

堤通公園内交通公園
Distance: 1.0 mi 詳しくは
東京都墨田区堤通1-8-1
Sumida-ku, Tokyo

和泉公園
Distance: 1.5 mi 詳しくは
東京都千代田区
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo

Public Places and Attractions 近く Sensō-ji

Ueno Station
Distance: 1.1 mi 詳しくは
上野Ⅱ 13, 6 Chome-16-7 Ueno, Taito, Tokyo 110-0005,
Taito-ku, Tokyo 110-0005

上野駅(うえのえき)は、東京都台東区上野七丁目および東上野三丁目にある、東日本旅客鉄道(JR東日本)・東京地下鉄(東京メトロ)の駅である。

両国国技館 (The Ryogoku Kokugikan Sumo Arena)
Distance: 1.2 mi 詳しくは
横網1-3-28
Sumida-ku, Tokyo 130-0015

03-3623-5111

Ryōgoku Kokugikan
Distance: 1.2 mi 詳しくは
東京都
Sumida-ku, Tokyo 130-0015

両国国技館(りょうごくこくぎかん)は、東京都墨田区横網一丁目にある大相撲の興行のための施設。また、ボクシングなどの格闘技の試合に使われることもある。なお、両国国技館という呼称は一般向けの通称であり、正式名称は、国技館(こくぎかん)である。1833年(天保4年)から回向院で相撲興行が行われていたことから、1909年(明治42年)に旧国技館は、同境内に建設された。その後、日本初のドーム型鉄骨板張の洋風建築(屋根は法隆寺金堂を真似た)の建物となり、一万三千人収容できた。開館当初は仮称であったが、翌年から国技館という呼び方が定着し、鉄柱308本と鉄材538tで造られた大屋根が巨大な傘に見えたため、大鉄傘という言葉で愛称されていた。その後、日本大学が日本相撲協会から旧国技館(墨田区両国)を購入し、1958年(昭和33年)から1982年(昭和57年)までの間は、日本大学講堂であった(下記詳述)。回向院の近辺には旧国技館跡の説明板が建てられている。番付では、旧字体で國技館と表記している。沿革旧国技館先代は現在の国技館とは異なり、京葉道路沿いの本所回向院の境内にあった。1906年6月着工、3年後の1909年5月に竣工し、6月2日に開館式が行われ、6月場所より使用された(それまでは小屋掛け(臨時に設備を設けて行なうこと)による「回向院場所」が行なわれていた)。しかし6月場所の番付上は「常設館」とだけあって、まだ国技館の名は無かった。設計は日本銀行本店や東京駅、浜寺公園駅の設計者として知られる辰野金吾とその教え子葛西萬司で、「大鉄傘」の愛称は当時のデザインに由来する。工事費用は27万円。枡席約1,000席を含む13,000人が収容可能で、小屋掛け時代の3倍以上の収容能力となった。建物の内径は62m、中央の高さは25mあった。

東京スカイツリー天望回廊 最高到達点 451.2M
Distance: 0.8 mi 詳しくは
押上
Sumida-ku, Tokyo 131-8634

03-6658-8012

錦糸公園
Distance: 1.5 mi 詳しくは
錦糸
Sumida-ku, Tokyo 130-0013

03-5619-4033

江戸東京博物館 Edo-Tokyo Museum
Distance: 1.2 mi 詳しくは
横網1-4-1
Sumida-ku, Tokyo 130-0015

03-3626-9974

Edo-Tokyo Museum
Distance: 1.3 mi 詳しくは
横網1-4-1
Sumida-ku, Tokyo 130-0015

03-3626-9974

東京都江戸東京博物館(とうきょうとえどとうきょうはくぶつかん)は、東京都墨田区横網にある東京都立の博物館。指定管理者制度により、東京都歴史文化財団グループ(公益財団法人東京都歴史文化財団、鹿島建物総合管理株式会社、アサヒビール株式会社の共同事業体)が管理・運営する。概要JR両国駅から徒歩3分、国技館の隣に位置する。分館として、小金井市の小金井公園内に江戸東京たてもの園がある。失われていく江戸、東京の歴史と文化に関わる資料を収集、保存、展示することを目的に、「江戸と東京の歴史や文化を伝える博物館」として平成5年(1993年)3月28日に開館した。建物の設計は菊竹清訓で、地上7階、地下1階の鉄骨造構造。地上部分の高さは約62mで、江戸城の天守閣とほぼ同じである。隣接する国技館との調和を考え、高床式のユニークな構造の建物になっているが、東京下町の景観を損ねているとの批判もある。1階に企画展示室、3階(屋外)に「江戸東京ひろば」、5階と6階に常設展示室があり、常設展示のほか、年に4、5回の企画展示や催し物などが開催されている。吹き抜け構造の5・6階に設けられた常設展示室は江戸ゾーンと東京ゾーンに分かれる。江戸ゾーンには絵図、浮世絵などの資料や、日本橋(縮尺1/1)や中村座(縮尺1/1)の模型、長屋の大型模型、可動模型、持上げ可能な千両箱などの展示物が設置されており、庶民の日常生活、火消し、食生活、文化など、城下町としての江戸に関する展示が行われている。東京ゾーンでは明治維新、文明開化、関東大震災、東京大空襲などの展示がある。定期的に『江戸東京博物館NEWS』を発行している。

Edo-Tokyo Museum
Distance: 1.3 mi 詳しくは
1 Chome-4-1 Yokoami
Sumida-ku, Tokyo 130-0015

The is a museum of the history of Tokyo during the Edo period. It was established in 1993. The main features of the permanent exhibitions are the life-size replica of the Nihonbashi, which was the bridge leading into Edo; the Nakamuraza theatre; and scale models of towns and buildings from the Edo, Meiji and Shōwa periods.The museum is adjacent to the Ryōgoku Kokugikan. It was designed by Kiyonori Kikutake. The distinctive elevated shape of the museum building is modelled after an old storehouse in the kurazukuri style.The Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum is a branch of the Edo-Tokyo Museum.

Asakusa Station
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
東京都台東区
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

淺草站()是東京地下鐵、東武鐵道及東京都交通局(都營地下鐵)的鐵路車站,位於東京都台東區。東京地下鐵站區的實際站址為淺草一丁目,東武鐵道為花川戶一丁目,東京都交通局為駒形一丁目。雖然筑波快線也在本站附近設站,但該站與此站沒有任何換乘通道,也不是指定的換乘站。停站路線東京地下鐵銀座線-車站編號為G-19。伊勢崎線(東武晴空塔線)-車站編號為TS01。淺草線-車站編號為A-18。車站結構東京地下鐵銀座線與東武伊勢崎線之間、東京地下鐵銀座線與都營地下鐵淺草線之間有地下連接通道。東武伊勢崎線與都營地下鐵淺草線的乘換則必須通過地面道路。東京地下鐵對向式月台2面2線的地下車站。只有1號線側設有往都營淺草線站區的換乘通道。位於松屋淺草店的地下、吾妻橋附近。月台配置東武鐵道港灣式月台3面4線,西側的1線為兩側月台(4、5號線)。位於松屋淺草店2樓。1931年(昭和6年)開業時為淺草雷門站(あさくさかみなりもんえき)。由久野節設計事務所設計。是伊勢崎線的起點站、站內標記為罕有的「東武電車」。車站與隅田川平行興建、鐵路離站之後切急轉彎渡過隅田川鐵橋。由於月台先端緊接隅田川鐵橋、無法再加以延伸、列車編成的長度因而受限、還有月台與列車之間的隙間過大的問題。於離站急轉彎時車速只有15km/h,可以一覽隅田川的風景。因有列车编组长度限制,故伊势崎线开住都心方向的通勤及通学者的主路线是从北千住站换乘日比谷线。从2006年3月18日开始变更运行时刻,急行、准急由曳舟、押上起与半藏门线直通运营正式启动,以本站为起点的列车主要是以特急、快速等相对长距离的列车和北千住以南各站停车的区域列车为主。比久喜、南栗桥远的直通列车限定于特急、快速、区间快速和早晚的区间急行、周六及休日的区间准急(仅久喜以後)。月台配置 列車編成的長度、原則上以6輛為上限。只有1號線最大可以容納8輛。平日朝早的上行區間急行列車、10輛編成時會於北千住站把後部4輛分離、以6輛狀態進入本站。 按时刻表有时也有1号、2号站台停靠快速及特急车(300系、350系)等情况。 3~4号站台的入口设置了一个兼有讯问处功能的中间检票口,未持有特急票的乘客无法进入站台。另外要乘座由5号站台发车的快速、区间快速时,因从靠業平橋站一侧的北检票口没有通向5号站台的楼梯,要经过1~2号站台中转迂回才能到达5号站台。 3~5号站台的業平橋站方向因为急转弯的关系,站台和车辆之间有较大的间隙,为乘客的安全着想,车门和站台之间设有移动式的横跨跳板。(2号站台 的前两辆车厢与站台虽也有相当大间隙,但在本站站台并未设置横跨跳板。另外,本处所提到的「较大间隙」是指可以进入一个人的大小的间隙。但是,实际上几乎所有的乘客都从后4辆车的门乘车,几乎没有跨过此处来乘车的乘客。) 另外,所有列车在发车时都会播放发车旋律。在此处掉头的入库车也一样。(只播放几秒钟)。

浅草 鷲神社 
Distance: 0.6 mi 詳しくは
東京都台東区千束3-18-7
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0031

03-3876-0010

コニカミノルタ プラネタリウム 天空
Distance: 0.9 mi 詳しくは
押上1-1-2
Sumida-ku, Tokyo 131-0045

03-5610-3043

台東区リバーサイドスポーツセンター
Distance: 0.6 mi 詳しくは
今戸1-1-10
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0024

03-3872-3181

Meiji Jingu Shrine
Distance: 0.5 mi 詳しくは
代々木神園町1−1
Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 151-8557

ミレニアムホール
Distance: 0.4 mi 詳しくは
西浅草3-25-16 台東区生涯学習センター2F
Taito-ku, Tokyo

03-5246-5827

すみだ水族館
Distance: 0.8 mi 詳しくは
押上1-1-2
Sumida-ku, Tokyo

03-5619-1821

Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building North Observatory
Distance: 1.1 mi 詳しくは
2-8-1 Nishi-Shinjuku
Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 163-8001

03-5321-1111

浅草ものづくり工房
Distance: 0.9 mi 詳しくは
1-36-2
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0023

03-3876-3720

Asakusa Station (Tsukuba Express)
Distance: 0.3 mi 詳しくは
西浅草三丁目1番11号
Taito-ku, Tokyo

浅草駅(あさくさえき)は、東京都台東区西浅草三丁目1番11号にある、首都圏新都市鉄道つくばエクスプレスの駅。駅番号は03である。概要浅草地区を南北に貫く国際通りの浅草ビューホテルとROXビル前の地下に位置し、興行街浅草公園六区(通称・浅草六区)の西に隣接している。工事時の仮称は「新浅草駅」(しんあさくさえき)であったが、地元の強い要望から、この駅名に変更された。他線の浅草駅が面している馬道通りや江戸通り側(隅田川沿い)である花川戸地区・雷門前とは、浅草寺を始めとする浅草の観光地街を挟んで反対側(西)に存在する。当駅から最も近い他路線の駅は東京メトロ銀座線の田原町駅で、地上出入口間を南へ徒歩約5分程度である。駅周辺については後述する。他線の浅草駅との違い東武鉄道・東京地下鉄(東京メトロ)・東京都交通局(都営地下鉄)の浅草駅とは東に約600m程度離れ、徒歩で約8 - 10分かかり、乗換駅ではない。駅構造島式ホーム1面2線の地下駅である。ホームの側壁には、浅草の風物詩をイメージしたイラストが描かれている。ホームと改札を結ぶエスカレーターには、浅草ゆかりの偉人(永井荷風、池波正太郎など)のイラストが描かれている。

Edo-Tokyo Museum
Distance: 1.3 mi 詳しくは
東京都
Sumida-ku, Tokyo

The Edo-Tokyo Museum is a museum of the history of Tokyo during the Edo period. It was established in 1993. The main features of the permanent exhibitions are the life-size replica of the Nihonbashi, which was the bridge leading into Edo; the Nakamuraza theatre; and scale models of towns and buildings from the Edo, Meiji and Shōwa periods. The museum is adjacent to the Ryōgoku Kokugikan. It was designed by Kiyonori Kikutake. The distinctive elevated shape of the museum building is modelled after an old storehouse in the kurazukuri style. The Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum is a branch of the Edo-Tokyo Museum.

Sensō-ji
Distance: 0.0 mi 詳しくは
2-3-1, Asakusa, Taito-ku
Taito-ku, Tokyo

Sensō-ji is an ancient Buddhist temple located in Asakusa, Tokyo, Japan. It is Tokyo's oldest temple, and one of its most significant. Formerly associated with the Tendai sect of Buddhism, it became independent after World War II. Adjacent to the temple is a Shinto shrine, the Asakusa Shrine.

Tourist Attraction 近く Sensō-ji

浅草寺 雷門 (Kaminarimon Gate)
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
一丁目2番 - 3番地
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0034

浅草寺 Senso-ji Temple
Distance: 0.1 mi 詳しくは
浅草2丁目
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

03-3842-0181

Sensō-ji
Distance: 0.0 mi 詳しくは
2-3-1, Asakusa, Taito-ku
Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

027-224-6567

Sensō-ji is an ancient Buddhist temple located in Asakusa, Tokyo, Japan. It is Tokyo's oldest temple, and one of its most significant. Formerly associated with the Tendai sect of Buddhism, it became independent after World War II. Adjacent to the temple is a Shinto shrine, the Asakusa Shrine.HistoryThe temple is dedicated to the bodhisattva Kannon (Avalokiteśvara). According to legend, a statue of the Kannon was found in the Sumida River in 628 by two fishermen, the brothers Hinokuma Hamanari and Hinokuma Takenari. The chief of their village, Hajino Nakamoto, recognized the sanctity of the statue and enshrined it by remodeling his own house into a small temple in Asakusa so that the villagers could worship Kannon.The first temple was founded in 645 CE, which makes it the oldest temple in Tokyo. In the early years of the Tokugawa shogunate, Tokugawa Ieyasu designated Sensō-ji as tutelary temple of the Tokugawa clan.The Nishinomiya Inari shrine is located within the precincts of Sensō-ji and a torii identifies the entry into the hallowed ground of the shrine. A bronze plaque on the gateway structure lists those who contributed to the construction of the torii, which was erected in 1727 (Kyōhō 12, 11th month). During World War II, the temple was bombed and destroyed. It was rebuilt later and is a symbol of rebirth and peace to the Japanese people. In the courtyard there is a tree that was hit by a bomb in the air raids, and it had regrown in the husk of the old tree and is a similar symbol to the temple itself.

Sensō-ji
Distance: 0.0 mi 詳しくは
浅草 2丁目3-1
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

淺草寺(浅草寺),又名金龍山淺草寺,位於日本東京都台東區淺草二丁目,是東京都内历史最悠久的寺院。山號為金龍山。供奉的本尊是聖觀音。原屬天台宗,於第二次世界大戰後獨立,成為聖觀音宗的總本山。觀音菩薩本尊通稱為「淺草觀音」。起源與历史根據寺傳的資料,推古天皇36年(628年),於宮戶川(現・隅田川)捕魚的檜前浜成・竹成(ひのくまのはまなり・たけなり)兄弟於漁網發現了一尊佛像。就是淺草寺本尊的聖觀音像。兄弟的主人・土師中知(はじのなかとも)拜了此佛像之後出家,把房屋改成寺廟來供奉。這是淺草寺之始。觀音像,相傳為高一寸八分(約5.5cm)的金色像,由於是非公開的秘藏佛像,故實體不明。其後,大化元年(645年),據說勝海上人為寺院進行整備、經觀音報夢告知而把本尊定為秘藏佛像。至平安時代初期天安元年(857年)(天長5年-828年),延暦寺僧人・円仁(慈覺大師)來寺製造了「お前立ち」(代替秘藏佛像供人參拜)觀音像。故稱淺草寺由勝海開基(創立者),円仁中興開山。雷門與仁王門於天慶5年(942年),安房守平公雅任武藏守的時候創建。淺草寺於文獻首次出現是鎌倉時代的『吾妻鏡』。近世為徳川家的祈願寺,關東有數的觀音靈場,参拜者眾。江戶時代後半,境内「仲見世」地區開始出現商店與芝居小屋,亦有賣藝人集中,成為當時庶民的娛樂中心。直至近代,淺草依然是平民的繁華街,娛樂場所發達,淺草寺作為此處地標。明治初期被指定為公園地、1885年(明治18年)於表参道兩側的「仲見世」漸漸變成近代的磚造建築物。1917年(大正6年)開始上演日本語的喜歌劇「淺草OPERA(淺草オペラ)」,於電影普及之前,大眾演劇盛極一時。第二次世界大戰後的淺草,由於東京都内其他娛樂場所的多樣化發展,而經歷一時衰退。但是作為東京代表性的觀光地,加上羽子板市、燈籠花市等活動,觀光客與善信不絕。寺内雷門-表参道入口之門。切妻造八脚門,左面的是風神像,右面的是雷神像,正式名稱為「風雷神門」,通稱為「雷門」。慶應元年(1865年)被燒毀、1960年(昭和35年)、約1世紀之後以鋼筋混凝土再重建。門内置有實業家松下幸之助於淺草觀音祈願之後病癒,作為報答而寄贈的大燈籠。

Asakusa Shrine
Distance: 0.1 mi 詳しくは
浅草2-3-1
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

Asakusa Shrine, also known as Sanja-sama, is one of the most famous Shinto shrines in Tokyo, Japan. Located in Asakusa, the shrine honors the three men who founded the Sensō-ji. Asakusa Shrine is part of a larger grouping of sacred buildings in the area. It can be found on the east side of the Sensō-ji down a street marked by a large stone torii.HistoryAn example of the gongen-zukuri style of architecture, Asakusa Shrine was commissioned by Tokugawa Iemitsu and constructed in 1649 during Japan's Edo Period. It was constructed in order to honor the three men who established and constructed the Sensō-ji. The legend states that two brothers, fishermen named Hinokuma Hamanari and Hinokuma Takenari, found a bosatsu Kannon statuette caught in a fishing-net in the Sumida River on May 17, 628.The third man, a wealthy landlord named Haji no Nakatomo, heard about the discovery and approached the brothers to whom he delivered an impassioned sermon about the Buddha. The brothers were very impressed and subsequently converted to the Buddhist religion. The Kannon statue was consecrated in a small temple by the landlord and the brothers who thereafter devoted their lives to preaching the way of Buddhism. This temple is now known as the Sensō-ji. Asakusa Shrine was built in order to worship these men as deities. The shrine and its surrounding area and buildings have also been the site of many Shinto and Buddhist festivals for centuries. The most important and famous of these festivals is Sanja Matsuri, held in late May.

Sumida Aquarium
Distance: 0.8 mi 詳しくは
押上1-1-2 東京スカイツリータウン・ソラマチ5F・6F
Sumida-ku, Tokyo 131-0045

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Asakusa Kannon Temple, Tokyo Japan
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
浅草2丁目3−1
Minato-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

東京スカイツリー天望回廊 最高到達点 451.2M
Distance: 0.8 mi 詳しくは
押上
Sumida-ku, Tokyo 131-8634

03-6658-8012

淺草 雷門
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
浅草2丁目3-1
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

072-725-8668

Tokyo Skytree
Distance: 0.9 mi 詳しくは
1-1-13, Oshiage 1F, Tokyo Sky Tree
Sumida-ku, Tokyo 131-0045

Tokyo Skytree is a broadcasting, restaurant, and observation tower in Sumida, Tokyo, Japan. It became the tallest structure in Japan in 2010 and reached its full height of 634.0m in March 2011, making it the tallest tower in the world, displacing the Canton Tower, and the second tallest structure in the world after the Burj Khalifa (829.8 m/2,722 ft).The tower is the primary television and radio broadcast site for the Kantō region; the older Tokyo Tower no longer gives complete digital terrestrial television broadcasting coverage because it is surrounded by high-rise buildings. Skytree was completed on 29 February 2012, with the tower opening to the public on 22 May 2012. The tower is the centrepiece of a large commercial development funded by Tobu Railway and a group of six terrestrial broadcasters headed by NHK. Trains stop at the adjacent Tokyo Skytree Station and nearby Oshiage Station. The complex is 7km north-east of Tokyo Station.DesignThe design was published on 24 November 2006, based on the following three concepts: Fusion of neofuturistic design and the traditional beauty of Japan, Catalyst for revitalization of the city, Contribution to disaster prevention – "Safety and Security". The base of the tower has a structure similar to a tripod; from a height of about 350m and above, the tower's structure is cylindrical to offer panoramic views of the river and the city. There are observatories at 350m, with a capacity of up to 2000 people, and 450m, with a capacity of 900 people. The upper observatory features a spiral, glass-covered skywalk in which visitors ascend the last 5 meters to the highest point at the upper platform. A section of glass flooring gives visitors a direct downward view of the streets below.

Asakusa Hanayashiki
Distance: 0.1 mi 詳しくは
浅草2丁目28-1 浅草寺となり
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

03-3842-8780

浅草花やしき公式ページです。 人気の「ローラーコースター」をはじめ、21種類のアトラクションと、 射的等の縁日コーナーが所狭しと立ち並ぶ。 親子3世代で楽しめる浅草下町の遊園地。

浅草仲見世 - Asakusa Nakamise
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
浅草
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

すみだ水族館
Distance: 0.8 mi 詳しくは
墨田区
Sumida-ku, Tokyo 131-0045

03-5619-1821

合羽橋道具街
Distance: 0.4 mi 詳しくは
東京都台東区
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0036

Kaminarimon
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
雷門1
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

The Kaminarimon is the outer of two large entrance gates that ultimately leads to the Sensō-ji (the inner being the Hōzōmon) in Asakusa, Tokyo, Japan. The gate, with its lantern and statues, is popular with tourists. It stands 11.7 m tall, 11.4 m wide and covers an area of 69.3 m2. The first gate was built in 941, but the current gate dates from 1960, after the previous gate was destroyed in a fire in 1865.HistoryThe Kaminarimon was first built in 941 by Taira no Kinmasa, a military commander. It was originally located near Komagata, but it was reconstructed in its current location in 1635. This is believed to be when the statues of Raijin and Fūjin were first placed on the gate. The gate has been destroyed many times throughout the ages. Four years after its relocation, the Kaminarimon burned down, and in 1649 Tokugawa Iemitsu rebuilt the gate along with several other of the major structures in the temple complex. The gate burnt to the ground in 1757 and again in 1865. The Kaminarimon's current structure was dedicated in December 1960.FeaturesFour statues are housed in the Kaminarimon, two in the front alcoves and two on the other side. On the front of the gate, the statues of the Shinto gods Fūjin and Raijin are displayed. Fūjin, the god of wind, is located on the east side of the gate, while Raijin, the god of thunder, is located on the west side. The original sculptures were severely damaged in the fire of 1865, with only the heads being saved, and the statues restored for the gate's 1960 reconstruction.

雷門 浅草寺
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
浅草2ー3ー1
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

Kaminarimon
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
雷門1
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

雷門(かみなりもん)は、浅草寺の山門。東京都台東区浅草一丁目2番 - 3番地に位置する。正式名称は風雷神門(ふうらいじんもん)であり、「雷門」と書かれた提灯の逆側には「風雷神門」と書かれている。概要門に向かって、右側に風神、左側に雷神が配される、朱塗りの山門である。門の中央には、重さ約700Kgの提灯が吊りさげられており、浅草のランドマークとなっている。日本を象徴する風景として、外国人向けに日本を紹介するパンフレット、お土産のレリーフなどに採用されることが多い。歴史941年、安房国の太守であった平公雅が、武蔵国への配置転換を祈願。翌年、配置転換の願いが叶ったことから、新天地での天下泰平と五穀豊穣を祈願し伽藍などの寄進を行った。初代の雷門に相当する門は、その際に造られたとされる。雷門の呼称は、江戸時代の川柳に初めて登場するが、それ以前のいつの段階から呼ばれるようになったかは不明である。知名度に関しては、雷門の名が書かれた提灯が1795年に初めて奉納されており、浮世絵の題材に用いられたことから、以降、日本各地へ浸透したものと考えられる。山門はしばしば火災により消失しており、江戸時代だけでも2度も建て替えられている。最後の火災は1866年(慶応元年12月14日)であり、以後、100年近く恒久的な建築物としての山門は姿を消す。明治年間から太平洋戦争後にかけては、さまざまな形態の仮設の雷門が登場したと伝えられる。いずれも博覧会の開催や戦勝記念など、その時々のイベント的な要素が強く、素材は鉄骨やコンクリートなどの構造もあったほか、大きさもさまざまであった。1904年の日露戦争終結時には、凱旋門として雷門が建てられている。

浅草 新仲見世商店街 Asakusa Shin-Nakamise
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
浅草1-39-2
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

03-3844-5400

浅草の商店街を東西に突き通る新仲見世商店街。通称「しんなか」。雨の日も、日差しの強い日も、皆さまの浅草の想い出を、お買い物を、そしておくつろぎを、全長380mにおよぶ浅草最大のアーケードで108店舗がお迎えしています。昭和の香り漂う「しんなか」は、浅草の色んな顔を持ち合わせた総合的なショッピングモールです。 -------------------------------------------------- Shin-nakamise is through the shopping district of Asakusa east and west. Popular name "Shin-naka". The largest shopping arcade in Asakusa is total length of 1250ft and 108 stores. We will invite everyone in Asakusa for a memorable pleasantly shopping time , even on rainy day sunny day and windy day. "Shin-naka" of the good old atmosphere is the general shopping mall which thoroughly can enjoy Asakusa in various ways.

Asakusa Temple, Tokyo Japan
Distance: 0.1 mi 詳しくは
JAPAN WAKAYAMA-KEN,SHINGU-SHI,KASUGA STREET 5-7 MINAMI
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

03-3842-0181

淺草寺
Distance: 0.0 mi 詳しくは
浅草2丁目3−1
Taito-ku, Tokyo

03-3842-0181

Asakusa雷門
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
浅草
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

Sensoji Asakusa Jinja
Distance: 0.0 mi 詳しくは
浅草2-3-1
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

03-3844-1575

Tokyo Sky Tree
Distance: 0.9 mi 詳しくは
1-1-2, Oshiage, Sumida-Ku, Tokyo
Sumida-ku, Tokyo 131-0045

0570-55-0634

Tokyo Skytree is a broadcasting, restaurant, and observation tower in Sumida, Tokyo, Japan. It became the tallest structure in Japan in 2010 and reached its full height of 634.0m in March 2011, making it the tallest tower in the world, displacing the Canton Tower, and the second tallest structure in the world after the Burj Khalifa (829.8 m/2,722 ft).The tower is the primary television and radio broadcast site for the Kantō region; the older Tokyo Tower no longer gives complete digital terrestrial television broadcasting coverage because it is surrounded by high-rise buildings. Skytree was completed on 29 February 2012, with the tower opening to the public on 22 May 2012. The tower is the centrepiece of a large commercial development funded by Tobu Railway and a group of six terrestrial broadcasters headed by NHK. Trains stop at the adjacent Tokyo Skytree Station and nearby Oshiage Station. The complex is 7km north-east of Tokyo Station.DesignThe design was published on 24 November 2006, based on the following three concepts: Fusion of neofuturistic design and the traditional beauty of Japan, Catalyst for revitalization of the city, Contribution to disaster prevention – "Safety and Security". The base of the tower has a structure similar to a tripod; from a height of about 350m and above, the tower's structure is cylindrical to offer panoramic views of the river and the city. There are observatories at 350m, with a capacity of up to 2000 people, and 450m, with a capacity of 900 people. The upper observatory features a spiral, glass-covered skywalk in which visitors ascend the last 5 meters to the highest point at the upper platform. A section of glass flooring gives visitors a direct downward view of the streets below.

Asakusa Kaminari-gate
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
浅草2-3-1 (2-3-1, Asakusa)
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

03-3842-0181

Meiji Jingu Shrine
Distance: 0.5 mi 詳しくは
代々木神園町1−1
Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 151-8557

源森橋
Distance: 0.5 mi 詳しくは
吾妻橋2-
Sumida-ku, Tokyo 130-0001

Escape Hunt Experience Tokyo
Distance: 0.3 mi 詳しくは
1-10-5, Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

+81-3-6231-6621

The Escape Hunt is like none other in the market place today. Our CEO and founder has combined his passion for games and puzzles with his educational background in Psychology to create a truly unique, challenging and highly addictive gaming concept! Escape Hunt prides itself on creativity and innovation. Today, a team of talented puzzle designers are working around the clock at the only Game Design Academy in the world. All of the games you’ll play at the various branches around the world have been designed in house. There are well over 100 games to date, with more being created each month! That being said, The Escape Hunt Experience is more than just a game. Players will all receive a 90 minute slot that includes a pre-game brief and explanation period, as well as post game refreshments, discussion and photo booth opportunity. For larger groups and corporate events there are even further offerings including exciting team building and assessment activities.

爆笑似顔絵カリカチュア・ジャパン(浅草エリア)〜Caricature-japan〜
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
浅草1-19-3
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

0358307220

お一人5〜10分で似ていて面白い爆笑似顔絵をお描きします!! お写真や携帯の画像からでもお描きできます!! お土産にもピッタリです!! We are caricature japan. We would like you to remember this unique experience in Asakusa. Takes 5-10minutes for a person.

Akihabara List
Distance: 0.8 mi 詳しくは
神田岩本町4 都築ビル2F
Taito-ku, Tokyo 101-0033

・English:http://akihabaralist.com ・Thai:http://akihabaralist.com/th ・Malay:http://akihabaralist.com/ms ・Burmese:http://akihabaralist.com/my ・Tagalog:http://akihabaralist.com/ph ・Khmer:http://akihabaralist.com/kh ・Indonesian: http://akihabaralist.com/id ・Vietnamese:http://akihabaralist.com/vn “Akihabara List” is a website especially tailored for Southeast Asian tourists. Our website corresponds to eight languages which are spoken across the region (namely, English, Thai, Indonesian, Vietnamese, Malay, Burmese, Tagalog and Khmer).

あしたのジョー像
Distance: 0.8 mi 詳しくは
東京都台東区日本堤1-32-3
Taito-ku, Tokyo

Tours and Sightseeing 近く Sensō-ji

浅草寺 雷門 (Kaminarimon Gate)
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
一丁目2番 - 3番地
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0034

Sensō-ji
Distance: 0.0 mi 詳しくは
2-3-1, Asakusa, Taito-ku
Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

027-224-6567

Sensō-ji is an ancient Buddhist temple located in Asakusa, Tokyo, Japan. It is Tokyo's oldest temple, and one of its most significant. Formerly associated with the Tendai sect of Buddhism, it became independent after World War II. Adjacent to the temple is a Shinto shrine, the Asakusa Shrine.HistoryThe temple is dedicated to the bodhisattva Kannon (Avalokiteśvara). According to legend, a statue of the Kannon was found in the Sumida River in 628 by two fishermen, the brothers Hinokuma Hamanari and Hinokuma Takenari. The chief of their village, Hajino Nakamoto, recognized the sanctity of the statue and enshrined it by remodeling his own house into a small temple in Asakusa so that the villagers could worship Kannon.The first temple was founded in 645 CE, which makes it the oldest temple in Tokyo. In the early years of the Tokugawa shogunate, Tokugawa Ieyasu designated Sensō-ji as tutelary temple of the Tokugawa clan.The Nishinomiya Inari shrine is located within the precincts of Sensō-ji and a torii identifies the entry into the hallowed ground of the shrine. A bronze plaque on the gateway structure lists those who contributed to the construction of the torii, which was erected in 1727 (Kyōhō 12, 11th month). During World War II, the temple was bombed and destroyed. It was rebuilt later and is a symbol of rebirth and peace to the Japanese people. In the courtyard there is a tree that was hit by a bomb in the air raids, and it had regrown in the husk of the old tree and is a similar symbol to the temple itself.

Sensō-ji
Distance: 0.0 mi 詳しくは
浅草 2丁目3-1
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

淺草寺(浅草寺),又名金龍山淺草寺,位於日本東京都台東區淺草二丁目,是東京都内历史最悠久的寺院。山號為金龍山。供奉的本尊是聖觀音。原屬天台宗,於第二次世界大戰後獨立,成為聖觀音宗的總本山。觀音菩薩本尊通稱為「淺草觀音」。起源與历史根據寺傳的資料,推古天皇36年(628年),於宮戶川(現・隅田川)捕魚的檜前浜成・竹成(ひのくまのはまなり・たけなり)兄弟於漁網發現了一尊佛像。就是淺草寺本尊的聖觀音像。兄弟的主人・土師中知(はじのなかとも)拜了此佛像之後出家,把房屋改成寺廟來供奉。這是淺草寺之始。觀音像,相傳為高一寸八分(約5.5cm)的金色像,由於是非公開的秘藏佛像,故實體不明。其後,大化元年(645年),據說勝海上人為寺院進行整備、經觀音報夢告知而把本尊定為秘藏佛像。至平安時代初期天安元年(857年)(天長5年-828年),延暦寺僧人・円仁(慈覺大師)來寺製造了「お前立ち」(代替秘藏佛像供人參拜)觀音像。故稱淺草寺由勝海開基(創立者),円仁中興開山。雷門與仁王門於天慶5年(942年),安房守平公雅任武藏守的時候創建。淺草寺於文獻首次出現是鎌倉時代的『吾妻鏡』。近世為徳川家的祈願寺,關東有數的觀音靈場,参拜者眾。江戶時代後半,境内「仲見世」地區開始出現商店與芝居小屋,亦有賣藝人集中,成為當時庶民的娛樂中心。直至近代,淺草依然是平民的繁華街,娛樂場所發達,淺草寺作為此處地標。明治初期被指定為公園地、1885年(明治18年)於表参道兩側的「仲見世」漸漸變成近代的磚造建築物。1917年(大正6年)開始上演日本語的喜歌劇「淺草OPERA(淺草オペラ)」,於電影普及之前,大眾演劇盛極一時。第二次世界大戰後的淺草,由於東京都内其他娛樂場所的多樣化發展,而經歷一時衰退。但是作為東京代表性的觀光地,加上羽子板市、燈籠花市等活動,觀光客與善信不絕。寺内雷門-表参道入口之門。切妻造八脚門,左面的是風神像,右面的是雷神像,正式名稱為「風雷神門」,通稱為「雷門」。慶應元年(1865年)被燒毀、1960年(昭和35年)、約1世紀之後以鋼筋混凝土再重建。門内置有實業家松下幸之助於淺草觀音祈願之後病癒,作為報答而寄贈的大燈籠。

淺草 雷門
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
浅草2丁目3-1
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

072-725-8668

Tokyo Skytree
Distance: 0.9 mi 詳しくは
1-1-13, Oshiage 1F, Tokyo Sky Tree
Sumida-ku, Tokyo 131-0045

Tokyo Skytree is a broadcasting, restaurant, and observation tower in Sumida, Tokyo, Japan. It became the tallest structure in Japan in 2010 and reached its full height of 634.0m in March 2011, making it the tallest tower in the world, displacing the Canton Tower, and the second tallest structure in the world after the Burj Khalifa (829.8 m/2,722 ft).The tower is the primary television and radio broadcast site for the Kantō region; the older Tokyo Tower no longer gives complete digital terrestrial television broadcasting coverage because it is surrounded by high-rise buildings. Skytree was completed on 29 February 2012, with the tower opening to the public on 22 May 2012. The tower is the centrepiece of a large commercial development funded by Tobu Railway and a group of six terrestrial broadcasters headed by NHK. Trains stop at the adjacent Tokyo Skytree Station and nearby Oshiage Station. The complex is 7km north-east of Tokyo Station.DesignThe design was published on 24 November 2006, based on the following three concepts: Fusion of neofuturistic design and the traditional beauty of Japan, Catalyst for revitalization of the city, Contribution to disaster prevention – "Safety and Security". The base of the tower has a structure similar to a tripod; from a height of about 350m and above, the tower's structure is cylindrical to offer panoramic views of the river and the city. There are observatories at 350m, with a capacity of up to 2000 people, and 450m, with a capacity of 900 people. The upper observatory features a spiral, glass-covered skywalk in which visitors ascend the last 5 meters to the highest point at the upper platform. A section of glass flooring gives visitors a direct downward view of the streets below.

Asakusa Temple
Distance: 0.0 mi 詳しくは
2-3-1 asakusa
Taito-ku, Tokyo

Sensō-ji is an ancient Buddhist temple located in Asakusa, Tokyo, Japan. It is Tokyo's oldest temple, and one of its most significant. Formerly associated with the Tendai sect of Buddhism, it became independent after World War II. Adjacent to the temple is a Shinto shrine, the Asakusa Shrine.HistoryThe temple is dedicated to the bodhisattva Kannon (Avalokiteśvara). According to legend, a statue of the Kannon was found in the Sumida River in 628 by two fishermen, the brothers Hinokuma Hamanari and Hinokuma Takenari. The chief of their village, Hajino Nakamoto, recognized the sanctity of the statue and enshrined it by remodeling his own house into a small temple in Asakusa so that the villagers could worship Kannon.The first temple was founded in 645 AD, which makes it the oldest temple in Tokyo. In the early years of the Tokugawa shogunate, Tokugawa Ieyasu designated Sensō-ji as tutelary temple of the Tokugawa clan.The Nishinomiya Inari shrine is located within the precincts of Sensō-ji and a torii identifies the entry into the hallowed ground of the shrine. A bronze plaque on the gateway structure lists those who contributed to the construction of the torii, which was erected in 1727 (Kyōhō 12, 11th month). During World War II, the temple was bombed and destroyed. It was rebuilt later and is a symbol of rebirth and peace to the Japanese people. In the courtyard there is a tree that was hit by a bomb in the air raids, and it had regrown in the husk of the old tree and is a similar symbol to the temple itself.

浅草仲見世 - Asakusa Nakamise
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
浅草
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

淺草雷門寺
Distance: 0.9 mi 詳しくは
浅草2-3-1
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

Edo-Tokyo Museum
Distance: 1.3 mi 詳しくは
1 Chome-4-1 Yokoami
Sumida-ku, Tokyo 130-0015

The is a museum of the history of Tokyo during the Edo period. It was established in 1993. The main features of the permanent exhibitions are the life-size replica of the Nihonbashi, which was the bridge leading into Edo; the Nakamuraza theatre; and scale models of towns and buildings from the Edo, Meiji and Shōwa periods.The museum is adjacent to the Ryōgoku Kokugikan. It was designed by Kiyonori Kikutake. The distinctive elevated shape of the museum building is modelled after an old storehouse in the kurazukuri style.The Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum is a branch of the Edo-Tokyo Museum.

Tokyo Skytree Town, Solamachi
Distance: 0.9 mi 詳しくは
東京都墨田区
Sumida-ku, Tokyo

東京スカイツリー
Distance: 1.5 mi 詳しくは
押上1-1-13
Sumida-ku, Tokyo

Tokyo Sky Tree
Distance: 0.9 mi 詳しくは
1-1-2, Oshiage, Sumida-Ku, Tokyo
Sumida-ku, Tokyo 131-0045

0570-55-0634

Tokyo Skytree is a broadcasting, restaurant, and observation tower in Sumida, Tokyo, Japan. It became the tallest structure in Japan in 2010 and reached its full height of 634.0m in March 2011, making it the tallest tower in the world, displacing the Canton Tower, and the second tallest structure in the world after the Burj Khalifa (829.8 m/2,722 ft).The tower is the primary television and radio broadcast site for the Kantō region; the older Tokyo Tower no longer gives complete digital terrestrial television broadcasting coverage because it is surrounded by high-rise buildings. Skytree was completed on 29 February 2012, with the tower opening to the public on 22 May 2012. The tower is the centrepiece of a large commercial development funded by Tobu Railway and a group of six terrestrial broadcasters headed by NHK. Trains stop at the adjacent Tokyo Skytree Station and nearby Oshiage Station. The complex is 7km north-east of Tokyo Station.DesignThe design was published on 24 November 2006, based on the following three concepts: Fusion of neofuturistic design and the traditional beauty of Japan, Catalyst for revitalization of the city, Contribution to disaster prevention – "Safety and Security". The base of the tower has a structure similar to a tripod; from a height of about 350m and above, the tower's structure is cylindrical to offer panoramic views of the river and the city. There are observatories at 350m, with a capacity of up to 2000 people, and 450m, with a capacity of 900 people. The upper observatory features a spiral, glass-covered skywalk in which visitors ascend the last 5 meters to the highest point at the upper platform. A section of glass flooring gives visitors a direct downward view of the streets below.

東京都台東区
Distance: 0.4 mi 詳しくは
浅草橋4-18-6
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0053

03-3866-6131

墨田区押上
Distance: 1.0 mi 詳しくは
押上
Sumida-ku, Tokyo

Megan Intercambio
Distance: 1.5 mi 詳しくは
Tokyo-to, Chyoda-ku, kioicho 3-31-1002
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102-0094

080-4904-3003

Yakatabune
Distance: 0.7 mi 詳しくは
本所1丁目3-11
Sumida-ku, Tokyo 130-0004

03-3622-3572

乗合プラン▶2名様から乗船可能です ランチクルーズプラン▶昼間限定の超お得です 定番プラン▶たっぷり楽しめる2時間30分の屋形船周遊コース コースはこちらです http://www.yakatabune-tsurishin.com/course.html

Edo-Tokyo Museum
Distance: 1.3 mi 詳しくは
東京都
Sumida-ku, Tokyo

The Edo-Tokyo Museum is a museum of the history of Tokyo during the Edo period. It was established in 1993. The main features of the permanent exhibitions are the life-size replica of the Nihonbashi, which was the bridge leading into Edo; the Nakamuraza theatre; and scale models of towns and buildings from the Edo, Meiji and Shōwa periods. The museum is adjacent to the Ryōgoku Kokugikan. It was designed by Kiyonori Kikutake. The distinctive elevated shape of the museum building is modelled after an old storehouse in the kurazukuri style. The Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum is a branch of the Edo-Tokyo Museum.

Travelience
Distance: 1.1 mi 詳しくは
浅草橋2-29-11 マルケービル8F
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0053

+81-3-6830-0896

Web: http://www.travelience.com/ twitter: @travelienceJpn Email : [email protected] Tel : +81-(0)3-6830-0896 Contact: http://www.travelience.com/contact/ Book: http://www.travelience.com/tours/ Enjoy culture, history, life and food. We are here in Tokyo to help you enjoy more.

Sensō-ji
Distance: 0.0 mi 詳しくは
2-3-1, Asakusa, Taito-ku
Taito-ku, Tokyo

Sensō-ji is an ancient Buddhist temple located in Asakusa, Tokyo, Japan. It is Tokyo's oldest temple, and one of its most significant. Formerly associated with the Tendai sect of Buddhism, it became independent after World War II. Adjacent to the temple is a Shinto shrine, the Asakusa Shrine.

East Tokyo Bike Ride
Distance: 0.8 mi 詳しくは
3-27-10-103 Nishi Asakusa
Taito-ku, Tokyo 1110035

08088244025

天下車屋
Distance: 0.9 mi 詳しくは
花川戸1-8-4
Taito-ku, Tokyo

090-2645-5846

Tours/Sightseeing 近く Sensō-ji

Sensō-ji
Distance: 0.0 mi 詳しくは
浅草 2丁目3-1
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

淺草寺(浅草寺),又名金龍山淺草寺,位於日本東京都台東區淺草二丁目,是東京都内历史最悠久的寺院。山號為金龍山。供奉的本尊是聖觀音。原屬天台宗,於第二次世界大戰後獨立,成為聖觀音宗的總本山。觀音菩薩本尊通稱為「淺草觀音」。起源與历史根據寺傳的資料,推古天皇36年(628年),於宮戶川(現・隅田川)捕魚的檜前浜成・竹成(ひのくまのはまなり・たけなり)兄弟於漁網發現了一尊佛像。就是淺草寺本尊的聖觀音像。兄弟的主人・土師中知(はじのなかとも)拜了此佛像之後出家,把房屋改成寺廟來供奉。這是淺草寺之始。觀音像,相傳為高一寸八分(約5.5cm)的金色像,由於是非公開的秘藏佛像,故實體不明。其後,大化元年(645年),據說勝海上人為寺院進行整備、經觀音報夢告知而把本尊定為秘藏佛像。至平安時代初期天安元年(857年)(天長5年-828年),延暦寺僧人・円仁(慈覺大師)來寺製造了「お前立ち」(代替秘藏佛像供人參拜)觀音像。故稱淺草寺由勝海開基(創立者),円仁中興開山。雷門與仁王門於天慶5年(942年),安房守平公雅任武藏守的時候創建。淺草寺於文獻首次出現是鎌倉時代的『吾妻鏡』。近世為徳川家的祈願寺,關東有數的觀音靈場,参拜者眾。江戶時代後半,境内「仲見世」地區開始出現商店與芝居小屋,亦有賣藝人集中,成為當時庶民的娛樂中心。直至近代,淺草依然是平民的繁華街,娛樂場所發達,淺草寺作為此處地標。明治初期被指定為公園地、1885年(明治18年)於表参道兩側的「仲見世」漸漸變成近代的磚造建築物。1917年(大正6年)開始上演日本語的喜歌劇「淺草OPERA(淺草オペラ)」,於電影普及之前,大眾演劇盛極一時。第二次世界大戰後的淺草,由於東京都内其他娛樂場所的多樣化發展,而經歷一時衰退。但是作為東京代表性的觀光地,加上羽子板市、燈籠花市等活動,觀光客與善信不絕。寺内雷門-表参道入口之門。切妻造八脚門,左面的是風神像,右面的是雷神像,正式名稱為「風雷神門」,通稱為「雷門」。慶應元年(1865年)被燒毀、1960年(昭和35年)、約1世紀之後以鋼筋混凝土再重建。門内置有實業家松下幸之助於淺草觀音祈願之後病癒,作為報答而寄贈的大燈籠。

Asakusa Temple
Distance: 0.0 mi 詳しくは
2-3-1 asakusa
Taito-ku, Tokyo

Sensō-ji is an ancient Buddhist temple located in Asakusa, Tokyo, Japan. It is Tokyo's oldest temple, and one of its most significant. Formerly associated with the Tendai sect of Buddhism, it became independent after World War II. Adjacent to the temple is a Shinto shrine, the Asakusa Shrine.HistoryThe temple is dedicated to the bodhisattva Kannon (Avalokiteśvara). According to legend, a statue of the Kannon was found in the Sumida River in 628 by two fishermen, the brothers Hinokuma Hamanari and Hinokuma Takenari. The chief of their village, Hajino Nakamoto, recognized the sanctity of the statue and enshrined it by remodeling his own house into a small temple in Asakusa so that the villagers could worship Kannon.The first temple was founded in 645 AD, which makes it the oldest temple in Tokyo. In the early years of the Tokugawa shogunate, Tokugawa Ieyasu designated Sensō-ji as tutelary temple of the Tokugawa clan.The Nishinomiya Inari shrine is located within the precincts of Sensō-ji and a torii identifies the entry into the hallowed ground of the shrine. A bronze plaque on the gateway structure lists those who contributed to the construction of the torii, which was erected in 1727 (Kyōhō 12, 11th month). During World War II, the temple was bombed and destroyed. It was rebuilt later and is a symbol of rebirth and peace to the Japanese people. In the courtyard there is a tree that was hit by a bomb in the air raids, and it had regrown in the husk of the old tree and is a similar symbol to the temple itself.

Travel and Transportation 近く Sensō-ji

Asakusa Shrine
Distance: 0.1 mi 詳しくは
浅草2-3-1
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

Asakusa Shrine, also known as Sanja-sama, is one of the most famous Shinto shrines in Tokyo, Japan. Located in Asakusa, the shrine honors the three men who founded the Sensō-ji. Asakusa Shrine is part of a larger grouping of sacred buildings in the area. It can be found on the east side of the Sensō-ji down a street marked by a large stone torii.HistoryAn example of the gongen-zukuri style of architecture, Asakusa Shrine was commissioned by Tokugawa Iemitsu and constructed in 1649 during Japan's Edo Period. It was constructed in order to honor the three men who established and constructed the Sensō-ji. The legend states that two brothers, fishermen named Hinokuma Hamanari and Hinokuma Takenari, found a bosatsu Kannon statuette caught in a fishing-net in the Sumida River on May 17, 628.The third man, a wealthy landlord named Haji no Nakatomo, heard about the discovery and approached the brothers to whom he delivered an impassioned sermon about the Buddha. The brothers were very impressed and subsequently converted to the Buddhist religion. The Kannon statue was consecrated in a small temple by the landlord and the brothers who thereafter devoted their lives to preaching the way of Buddhism. This temple is now known as the Sensō-ji. Asakusa Shrine was built in order to worship these men as deities. The shrine and its surrounding area and buildings have also been the site of many Shinto and Buddhist festivals for centuries. The most important and famous of these festivals is Sanja Matsuri, held in late May.

Sumida Aquarium
Distance: 0.8 mi 詳しくは
押上1-1-2 東京スカイツリータウン・ソラマチ5F・6F
Sumida-ku, Tokyo 131-0045

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スカイツリー ソラマチ
Distance: 0.9 mi 詳しくは
押上1丁目1−2
Sumida-ku, Tokyo 131-0045

0570-55-0102

Ueno Park, Tokyo, Japan
Distance: 0.9 mi 詳しくは
上野公園
Taito-ku, Tokyo 110-0007

03-3821-0755

浅草仲見世 - Asakusa Nakamise
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
浅草
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

Tokyo Sky Tree Tower ( 東京スカイツリー)
Distance: 0.9 mi 詳しくは
押上1-1-2
Sumida-ku, Tokyo 131-8634

Oshiage Station
Distance: 1.0 mi 詳しくは
押上1-1-65
Sumida-ku, Tokyo 131-0045

03-3622-5872

押上駅(おしあげえき)は、東京都墨田区押上一丁目にある、京成電鉄・東京都交通局(都営地下鉄)・東京地下鉄(東京メトロ)・東武鉄道の駅である。東京スカイツリータウン開業にあわせて、2012年(平成24年)5月22日から、全社局共通の副駅名として「スカイツリー前」が導入された。概要当駅は京成電鉄と東京都交通局、東京メトロと東武鉄道で同一の駅を共用する共同使用駅であり、前者は京成電鉄、後者は東京メトロの管轄駅となっている。京成電鉄が管轄する駅には、同社の押上線と、東京都交通局の都営地下鉄浅草線が乗り入れている。押上線の起点かつ浅草線の終点で両方向折り返し可能な構造であるが、両路線の大半の列車が、当駅を介して相互直通運転を行っている。一方、東京メトロが管轄する駅には、同社の半蔵門線と、東武鉄道の伊勢崎線が乗り入れている。半蔵門線の終点かつ伊勢崎線の起点の一つであるが、半蔵門線側の一部の列車を除いて、当駅を介して相互直通運転を行っている。また伊勢崎線のうち、浅草駅-東武動物公園駅間および押上駅-曳舟駅間は「東武スカイツリーライン」という愛称がつけられており、旅客案内でも同愛称が優先的に使われている。伊勢崎線の当駅から曳舟駅までは同線の支線のような形になっているが、正式には曳舟駅からとうきょうスカイツリー駅(運賃計算上当駅とは同一駅扱い)までの区間の線増という扱いとなっている。2012年3月17日に東武鉄道が駅番号を導入したことで、当駅を通る4事業者の路線はすべて駅番号が付記されることになった。それぞれの駅番号は、京成電鉄がKS45、浅草線がA 20、半蔵門線がZ 14、東武鉄道がTS 03である。歴史京成電気軌道の創始期には、繁華街浅草に近い東京側のターミナル駅としての位置付けだった。当初は東京市電(後の都電)との接続駅で当駅からの乗り入れも想定していたため、京成電軌の当初の軌間は1,372mmで敷設された。

Kaminarimon
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
雷門1
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

The Kaminarimon is the outer of two large entrance gates that ultimately leads to the Sensō-ji (the inner being the Hōzōmon) in Asakusa, Tokyo, Japan. The gate, with its lantern and statues, is popular with tourists. It stands 11.7 m tall, 11.4 m wide and covers an area of 69.3 m2. The first gate was built in 941, but the current gate dates from 1960, after the previous gate was destroyed in a fire in 1865.HistoryThe Kaminarimon was first built in 941 by Taira no Kinmasa, a military commander. It was originally located near Komagata, but it was reconstructed in its current location in 1635. This is believed to be when the statues of Raijin and Fūjin were first placed on the gate. The gate has been destroyed many times throughout the ages. Four years after its relocation, the Kaminarimon burned down, and in 1649 Tokugawa Iemitsu rebuilt the gate along with several other of the major structures in the temple complex. The gate burnt to the ground in 1757 and again in 1865. The Kaminarimon's current structure was dedicated in December 1960.FeaturesFour statues are housed in the Kaminarimon, two in the front alcoves and two on the other side. On the front of the gate, the statues of the Shinto gods Fūjin and Raijin are displayed. Fūjin, the god of wind, is located on the east side of the gate, while Raijin, the god of thunder, is located on the west side. The original sculptures were severely damaged in the fire of 1865, with only the heads being saved, and the statues restored for the gate's 1960 reconstruction.

上野駅 新幹線ホーム
Distance: 1.1 mi 詳しくは
上野7-1-1
Taito-ku, Tokyo

Kaminarimon
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
雷門1
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

雷門(かみなりもん)は、浅草寺の山門。東京都台東区浅草一丁目2番 - 3番地に位置する。正式名称は風雷神門(ふうらいじんもん)であり、「雷門」と書かれた提灯の逆側には「風雷神門」と書かれている。概要門に向かって、右側に風神、左側に雷神が配される、朱塗りの山門である。門の中央には、重さ約700Kgの提灯が吊りさげられており、浅草のランドマークとなっている。日本を象徴する風景として、外国人向けに日本を紹介するパンフレット、お土産のレリーフなどに採用されることが多い。歴史941年、安房国の太守であった平公雅が、武蔵国への配置転換を祈願。翌年、配置転換の願いが叶ったことから、新天地での天下泰平と五穀豊穣を祈願し伽藍などの寄進を行った。初代の雷門に相当する門は、その際に造られたとされる。雷門の呼称は、江戸時代の川柳に初めて登場するが、それ以前のいつの段階から呼ばれるようになったかは不明である。知名度に関しては、雷門の名が書かれた提灯が1795年に初めて奉納されており、浮世絵の題材に用いられたことから、以降、日本各地へ浸透したものと考えられる。山門はしばしば火災により消失しており、江戸時代だけでも2度も建て替えられている。最後の火災は1866年(慶応元年12月14日)であり、以後、100年近く恒久的な建築物としての山門は姿を消す。明治年間から太平洋戦争後にかけては、さまざまな形態の仮設の雷門が登場したと伝えられる。いずれも博覧会の開催や戦勝記念など、その時々のイベント的な要素が強く、素材は鉄骨やコンクリートなどの構造もあったほか、大きさもさまざまであった。1904年の日露戦争終結時には、凱旋門として雷門が建てられている。

Tokyo Skytree Town, Solamachi
Distance: 0.9 mi 詳しくは
東京都墨田区
Sumida-ku, Tokyo

Ueno Zoo,Tokyo
Distance: 0.9 mi 詳しくは
上野
Taito-ku, Tokyo

Tokyo Skytree Station
Distance: 0.8 mi 詳しくは
押上1-1-4
Sumida-ku, Tokyo 131-0045

03-3622-8191

is a railway station on the Tobu Skytree Line in Sumida, Tokyo, Japan, operated by the private railway operator Tobu Railway. It is adjacent to the Tokyo Skytree and Skytree Town redevelopment, and was formerly known as Narihirabashi Station.LinesTokyo Skytree Station is served by the Tobu Skytree Line from, and is 1.1 km from the line's Asakusa terminus.Station layoutThe station consists of one island platform serving two tracks.PlatformsHistoryThe station first opened on 1 April 1902 as. The station closed from 5 April 1904, but reopened on 1 March 1908. On 1 March 1910, the station was renamed. On 25 May 1931, this was renamed.Redevelopment and renamingNarihirabashi Station was renamed Tokyo Skytree Station from 17 March 2012, ahead of the opening of the Tokyo Skytree and adjoining Skytree Town shopping and office complex on 22 May 2012. From this date, all up limited express services and four down Spacia Kinu services stop at the station. The rebuilt and enlarged station was opened on 20 April 2012, with the concourse area increased from approximately 60 m2 to 700 m2.From the same day, station numbering was introduced on all Tobu lines, with Tokyo Skytree Station becoming "TS-02".Passenger statisticsIn fiscal 2012, the station was used by an average of 105,199 passengers daily.Surrounding area Tokyo Skytree Tobu Railway Head Office

Tawaramachi Station
Distance: 0.5 mi 詳しくは
西浅草1-1-18
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0035

田原町駅(たわらまちえき)は、東京都台東区西浅草一丁目にある、東京地下鉄(東京メトロ)銀座線の駅である。駅番号はG 18。PASMO・Suicaエリアには「田原町」という駅は他に存在しないが、履歴表示・印字では「東京地下鉄」の「地」を会社区別の接頭辞とする「地田原町」と表記される。歴史 1927年(昭和2年)12月30日 - 東京地下鉄道上野 - 浅草間開通と同時に開業。 1941年(昭和16年)9月1日 - 東京地下鉄道が路線を帝都高速度交通営団(営団地下鉄)に譲渡。 2003年(平成15年)2月 - 業務委託駅となる。 2004年(平成16年)4月1日 - 営団地下鉄の民営化に伴い、当駅は東京地下鉄(東京メトロ)に継承される。 2015年 (平成27年)6月16日 - 発車メロディ導入。駅構造相対式ホーム2面2線を有する地下駅。ホーム壁と天井の境目に各歌舞伎役者の家紋のレリーフが施されている。1番線の中央に車椅子対応のトイレが設置されている。改札外に連絡通路があり、ホームに入場しなくても地下を行き来することができる。2012年に、1番線ホームと地上を結ぶエレベーターが新設された。

日本淺草雷門
Distance: 0.9 mi 詳しくは
2-3-1 淺草, 台東區, 東京都 111-0032日本
Taito-ku, Tokyo

Japankuru
Distance: 0.8 mi 詳しくは
東上野4丁目8-1
Taito-ku, Tokyo 110-0015

03-6860-7011

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Asakusa Sensou-Ji, Taito, Tokyo
Distance: 0.9 mi 詳しくは
浅草2-3-1
Taito-ku, Tokyo

03-3842-0181

Starbucks Kinshicho Stn
Distance: 1.5 mi 詳しくは
錦糸1-2-47 テルミナ2
Sumida-ku, Tokyo 130-0013

03-5619-1601

錦糸町テルミナ
Distance: 1.6 mi 詳しくは
江東橋3丁目14−5
Sumida-ku, Tokyo 130-0022

03-3633-1111

Tawaramachi Station
Distance: 0.5 mi 詳しくは
東京都台東区西浅草1丁目1
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0035

is a subway station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line in Taitō, Tokyo, Japan, operated by the Tokyo subway operator Tokyo Metro. It is numbered "G-18".While situated relatively close to on the Tsukuba Express, there are no transfer passageways between the two stations.LinesTawaramachi Station is served by the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line from to.Station layoutThe station has two side platforms located on the first basement (B1F) level, serving two tracks.PlatformsHistoryTawaramachi Station opened on 30 December 1927.Passenger statisticsIn fiscal 2011, the station was used by an average of 26,216 passengers daily.

Sky Tree - 451.2M
Distance: 1.0 mi 詳しくは
〒131-0045 Sumida-ku, Tokyo押上1-1-13
Sumida-ku, Tokyo 131-0045

九重部屋 Kokonoe Beya
Distance: 1.1 mi 詳しくは
石原4-22-4
Sumida-ku, Tokyo 130-0011

Escape Hunt Experience Tokyo
Distance: 0.3 mi 詳しくは
1-10-5, Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

+81-3-6231-6621

The Escape Hunt is like none other in the market place today. Our CEO and founder has combined his passion for games and puzzles with his educational background in Psychology to create a truly unique, challenging and highly addictive gaming concept! Escape Hunt prides itself on creativity and innovation. Today, a team of talented puzzle designers are working around the clock at the only Game Design Academy in the world. All of the games you’ll play at the various branches around the world have been designed in house. There are well over 100 games to date, with more being created each month! That being said, The Escape Hunt Experience is more than just a game. Players will all receive a 90 minute slot that includes a pre-game brief and explanation period, as well as post game refreshments, discussion and photo booth opportunity. For larger groups and corporate events there are even further offerings including exciting team building and assessment activities.

墨田区押上
Distance: 1.0 mi 詳しくは
押上
Sumida-ku, Tokyo

Chiyoda Inn
Distance: 1.2 mi 詳しくは
南千住5-33-9
Arakawa-ku, Tokyo 116-0003

03-3801-3195

上野、浅草からほど近い南千住。駅から徒歩3分の隠れ家旅館です。

天下車屋
Distance: 0.9 mi 詳しくは
花川戸1-8-4
Taito-ku, Tokyo

090-2645-5846

小泉歯科医院
Distance: 0.9 mi 詳しくは
東日暮里2-14-11
Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 116-0014

03-3807-2939

Tours and Sightseeing 近く Sensō-ji

Sensō-ji
距離: 0.0 mi 詳しくは
浅草 2丁目3-1
Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

淺草寺(浅草寺),又名金龍山淺草寺,位於日本東京都台東區淺草二丁目,是東京都内历史最悠久的寺院。山號為金龍山。供奉的本尊是聖觀音。原屬天台宗,於第二次世界大戰後獨立,成為聖觀音宗的總本山。觀音菩薩本尊通稱為「淺草觀音」。起源與历史根據寺傳的資料,推古天皇36年(628年),於宮戶川(現・隅田川)捕魚的檜前浜成・竹成(ひのくまのはまなり・たけなり)兄弟於漁網發現了一尊佛像。就是淺草寺本尊的聖觀音像。兄弟的主人・土師中知(はじのなかとも)拜了此佛像之後出家,把房屋改成寺廟來供奉。這是淺草寺之始。觀音像,相傳為高一寸八分(約5.5cm)的金色像,由於是非公開的秘藏佛像,故實體不明。其後,大化元年(645年),據說勝海上人為寺院進行整備、經觀音報夢告知而把本尊定為秘藏佛像。至平安時代初期天安元年(857年)(天長5年-828年),延暦寺僧人・円仁(慈覺大師)來寺製造了「お前立ち」(代替秘藏佛像供人參拜)觀音像。故稱淺草寺由勝海開基(創立者),円仁中興開山。雷門與仁王門於天慶5年(942年),安房守平公雅任武藏守的時候創建。淺草寺於文獻首次出現是鎌倉時代的『吾妻鏡』。近世為徳川家的祈願寺,關東有數的觀音靈場,参拜者眾。江戶時代後半,境内「仲見世」地區開始出現商店與芝居小屋,亦有賣藝人集中,成為當時庶民的娛樂中心。直至近代,淺草依然是平民的繁華街,娛樂場所發達,淺草寺作為此處地標。明治初期被指定為公園地、1885年(明治18年)於表参道兩側的「仲見世」漸漸變成近代的磚造建築物。1917年(大正6年)開始上演日本語的喜歌劇「淺草OPERA(淺草オペラ)」,於電影普及之前,大眾演劇盛極一時。第二次世界大戰後的淺草,由於東京都内其他娛樂場所的多樣化發展,而經歷一時衰退。但是作為東京代表性的觀光地,加上羽子板市、燈籠花市等活動,觀光客與善信不絕。寺内雷門-表参道入口之門。切妻造八脚門,左面的是風神像,右面的是雷神像,正式名稱為「風雷神門」,通稱為「雷門」。慶應元年(1865年)被燒毀、1960年(昭和35年)、約1世紀之後以鋼筋混凝土再重建。門内置有實業家松下幸之助於淺草觀音祈願之後病癒,作為報答而寄贈的大燈籠。

浅草 寺子屋i Asakusa Terakoya i
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