When traveling across the ocean to Tokyo, Japan, the strategy is to recommend the Shallow Cao Temple, then we should see what the difference between Japanese temples and domestic temples is. The best thing about free travel is that the journey can be arranged freely, so you can go to Shallow Cao Temple by tram at will. To understand this place, we must mention visiting the Shallow Grassland Cultural Area opposite Shallow Grassland Temple. There is the culture of the whole Shallow Grassland Area, the trajectory of its development process, the thick road reflecting history, and the expression of every inch of the place can tell a story. Most noteworthy is the roof of the cafe, transparent floor glass, facing the Shallow Cao Temple panorama, will soon be able to experience the effect of three points in the building, and its shock. If only to the temple is to visit here, then there is no more in-depth understanding of this shallow grass temple. Walking into Shallow Grass Temple, there are many shops outside, unified specifications, as for the things sold, I feel that there is no characteristic, they are very basic, familiar, common objects, maybe I have seen too much. What attracts people outside is not shopping, but the traditional tricycle-pulling industry. Domestic rickshaw drivers, as the traditional characteristic propaganda crowd, uniform clothing, inherent professional skin color and body, Japanese people are not very tall and powerful, most of them are short and sharp. The characteristics of these groups can be seen and summarized. The rickshaw driver also has women, which surprises me. The equipment is complete and the car is exquisite, which embodies the Japanese style. The gate of Shallow Cao Temple has a large lantern, which is reflected in many visitors'diaries. Leimen is equivalent to the main gate of Shallow Cao Temple in Jinlong Mountain. The red lacquer eight-legged gate is a typical wide-sided tile roof. The wind and the second general of Leimen are majestic at the entrance of the main gate. Leimen's most famous lantern is the huge lantern hanging in front of the door. The word "Leimen" on the black and white edges can be seen from afar, which is striking. Shallow grass Temple worships Guanyin Benzu. Many people like to draw lots here. If they encounter bad ones, they will fold them directly on special shelves. There are some holy water and other meanings for tourists to wash away dirt. What attracts people is the incense burner, which has no smoke, looks like the type of electromagnetic oven, and technology is refreshing. Of course, temples and towers, shrines do not introduce interested ones to watch by themselves. There are many shopping places, the price is cheaper than Akihabara and downtown Tokyo, but it is more expensive than near Haneda Airport, so I can weigh it myself.
Shallow grass Temple is an open temple, in front of which is a very short commercial street but crowded with people! Here you can see people from all over the world come here wearing kimonos to take photos. Many small commodities are inexpensive. They are all open until 5 p.m. It is suggested to play before 4 p.m. and then they are only suitable for taking pictures of Shallow Grass Temple. In front of the temple, there is a incense burner where people burn incense and pray for good luck. It is said that taking cigarettes in their sick places can protect their health. There are prayers in the main hall. There are many incense burners in the front line, but they are almost finished in about 30 seconds, and they won't wait long.
Well-known scenic spots, in the daytime to the sea of people, if the weather is good, it is recommended to go early in the morning to avoid the style of people watching scenic spots. This time, it arrived at 8 o'clock. It is exclusive to take Leimen. There is no need to take group photos. Shop streets are all individual stores, according to the owner's situation, the opening time is different, but the overall basic 9 o'clock all open. When you get to the temple, you can experience drawing lots, complain about 100 yen, draw lots, and find the corresponding labels by comparing the number of drawers on the labels. If Ji put it in his wallet, if it's not good, tie it to the next shelf. The temple will help you to relieve your bad luck. You can continue to draw lots until you get a good one. Then wash your hands in the pool. It is said that drinking water has the effect of avoiding bad luck and illness. Apart from the main hall, the scenery on both sides is also good. There is a flowing bridge under which are all Koi carps, and one of them is actually a huge white koi. It's really fat to fat to see only drooling! Walk down and take pictures for about an hour. The Temple store that sells the amulet at 9 o'clock opens the door and buys the amulet and goes back.
Located in Taitung District of Tokyo, Asakusa Temple is an existent popular amusement place with "Edo style" in Japan. Shaogao Temple is the oldest temple in Tokyo. The gate of the monastery is called "Leimen" and its official name is "Wind and Thunder God Gate". It is the door face of Japan and the symbol of shallow grass. Legend has it that in the thirty-sixth year of Emperor Twai Gu (628 AD), two fishermen fished in Miyatouchuan and picked up a statue of Golden Avalokitesvara, 5.5 centimeters high. Nearby, people raised funds to build a temple to worship the statue, which is the Shallow Grass Temple. Afterwards, the temple was repeatedly burned and destroyed several times. In the early days of Edo, Kakang Tokugawa rebuilt the Shallow Grass Temple, making it a large group of temples and a place of entertainment for the residents of nearby Edo. Apart from the inner hall of Shallow Cao Temple, there are numerous scenic spots in Shallow Cao Temple, such as the five-fold pagoda and other famous buildings and historic sites. Every year around New Year's Day, pilgrims come to worship, a sea of people. Leimen was built in 942 to pray for peace and prosperity in the world. After several fires, it was rebuilt in 1960. At the entrance of Leimen's main entrance, there are two majestic generals, Feng Shen and Lei Shen, who guard the Shallow Grass Temple. The most famous lantern in front of Leimen is the huge lantern hanging in front of the gate. The word "Leimen" with black background and white edge can be seen far away. It is striking and really adds a lot of style to the Shallow Cao Temple. People worship these two gods in prayer for good weather and good harvest. Inside the door, there are about 140 meters of paving stone to worship the Shinto leading to the main hall for Guanyin. As a tourist attraction to understand the Japanese national culture, tourists from all over the world are in an endless stream. There is a five-fold Pagoda in the southwest corner of the temple, second only to the five-fold Pagoda in Tokyo East Temple, which is the second tallest Pagoda in Japan. There are shallow grass shrine in the northeast of the temple, which is elegant in shape and beautiful in sculpture. Shallow grass has many festivals and celebrations all year round.
Asakusa temple is a temple with more effective incense and fire in Japan, so I plan to visit a small road before entering the temple, where there are Japanese snacks and gadgets on both sides. It's not particularly expensive. After this road, I went to Asakusa temple to buy a cigarette and saw many people pull cigarettes on their bodies. It is said that whenever they feel uncomfortable, they can cure diseases. It can also put coins wishing to draw lots and unload. It can also buy amulets. I heard it's very clever.
Shallow grass temple, also known as "Shallow grass Guanyin temple, is the most representative building and landmark of Shallow grass in Tokyo, and the oldest temple in Tokyo. The gate of the monastery is called "Leimen" and its official name is "Wind and Thunder God Gate". It is the door face of Japan and the symbol of shallow grass. Our tour route is basically retrograde. Starting from the Guanyin Temple Hall in Shallow Cao Leimen, we take the street between Leimen and the Hall from the central axis "Zhongyishi" Commercial Street - Treasure Gate - Leimen. Then return to the left side of the central axis, watch while shooting, and finally return to the hall. Shallow grass Temple is the place where the Guanyin Hall of Benzun is worshipped, so it is also called Guanyin Hall. In addition to the main view of the central axis, there are five towers overlooking the world's second tallest tower, Tokyo Skytree. Shopping around Zhongshishi Commercial Street, Japan's existing popular playground with "Edo style".
Tokyo's No. 1 scenic spot, free of charge, Shaogaosi Metro Station walk 2 minutes to Leimen, then a snack Gift characteristics block, then Shaogaosi gate, incense is very strong, kimono girls are also very many, Tokyo's only Edo period building, walk out of the court can see the clear sky tower.
Arrive at Leimen in the evening, the crowd surges, very lively! Before entering Shallow Cao Temple, you can see the light of the clear sky tower at 7.10, which coincides with the Mongland sacrifice. Everyone of the local residents carries the ghost lamp plants they just bought. There are many snack stalls: candy apples, chocolate bananas, etc. Fish for goldfish. In the main hall, a man sat down and listened. Outside the hall line up to worship and coin. 100 get 1 sign Xiaoji, buy the defense. The light was solemn and dazzling. A monk passed by and stooped down to say hello. It was very polite.
Asakusa Temple, the first scenic spot I visited in Tokyo, had a light rain on April 7, but there were still a lot of people here, because I heard that the lottery here was especially allowed. Besides, it was also because it was an existing place for people to visit with Edo style in Japan. There are some small water ladles beside the clear water pool of the temple. It is also a rule to use these small water ladles. They are not used casually. People are also fastidious when they enter the fragrance. After putting the fragrance in place, they wait for a moment to photograph the fragrance on themselves and let the fragrance pray for themselves. It's still worth it.