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Azabu-Juban: Visiting The Temple Of Daikokuten The God With The Best Smile In Japan

“Azabu-Juban Shopping Street” is one of Tokyo’s most well-known shopping streets. Some long-established shops have been here for over 100 years, while others follow the latest trends. Close to this lively shopping district is Daihoji, the temple of Daikokuten ー the god with the best smile in Japan!

Read more about the temple in our latest article!

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