As the face of Zojoji Temple, this gate, which is one of the oldest buildings in Tokyo and one of the largest in eastern Japan, is located in the middle Gate of the mountain (the gate is Daimon), and the official name is the third Emancipation Gate. It was erected by the shogunate Carpenter head, Nakai Maskiyo, and its subordinate by the Tokugawa Shogunate grant. It was rebuilt in the eighth year (1622). It is the liberation gate of three worldly desires, "coveting (devour), 瞋怒 (anchor), and the filthy (stupidity). It is an important cultural property of the country, and there are about 20m height and frontage.
|Transportation||10 minutes walk from Hamamatsucho station on the JR Line, Tokyo Monorail, 3 minutes walk from Mita Line Onarimon station, 3 minutes walk from Shiba Park, 5 minutes walk from Daimon Station, Asakusa Line, 5 minutes walk from Daimon station.|