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Tsukiji Honganji

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Hidden : 02/05/2010
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Tsukiji Honganji

Here was built in the Yokoyama-cho in the vicinity of Asakusa as a branch temple in Nishi-Hongan-ji Temple in 1617 in Edo period and called "Edo Asakusa Gobo".
It is ..main temple.. burnt down by the conflagration of [meikoyomi] (long-sleeved dress a fire) however. Afterwards, rebuilding to old ground is not permitted because of the readjustment of town lots by the shogunate, and the sea off the coast of Hatchobori is granting [saretamashita] . as the alternate site.
The follower on [**] island (present Chuo Ward [**]) is centered there, it recovers land from the sea for the main temple rebuilding, and land is rebuilt in construction (This reclamation construction is an origin of the name of a place reclaimed land) and 1679. It came to be called, "Reclaimed land Gobo".
It is ..cathedral.. burnt down again due to a fire that happened soon though the collapse by the Great Kanto Earthquake afterwards escaped.

The cathedral of a present ancient Indian style (Indian style) was completed by the design by Ito of professor of Tokyo empire university Department of Engineering loyalty Futoshi on friendly terms with a head priest of the Jodo-Shinshu Honganji faction at that time and [hika**] Otani in 1934.

There is no pen in cash and have the pen, please.

Please note that there is a security guard in the parking lot in precincts when you search.

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