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Daihoji Temple

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At Daihoji Temple, the Fair of Daikokuten was held in the "Child's Day", but now it is gone. The slope in front of the temple is called the big Kurosaka because the daikokuten is enshrined.

In the local area, "Daikokuten", which is popular as "the Daikoku of solitary pine", is enshrined in the Daihoji Temple, which has the benefit of Fukutoku good luck and property awarding. A big bean-watering will be done in Setsubun.

TransportationAbout a 4-minute walk from Exit 7 of Azabu-Juban station on the Namboku Line/Oedo line, 12 minutes walk from Roppongi Station 1c exit and 12 minutes on foot from Roppongi station Exit 3


1-1-10 Motoazabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo
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