SpotSeisho-ko (Kakurin-ji Temple)

Five minutes' walk from the station will take you to Seisho-ko, officially known as Kakurin-ji Temple (established by Nichien, the priest of Nichiren Buddhism, in 1631). This temple houses a memorial tablet of Kato Kiyomasa, a prominent warrior and feudal lord who served the Toyotomi and Tokugawa Clans, from the Azuchi-Momoyama Period (the 16th Century) to the beginning of the Edo Period (the 17th Century). The statue has been worshipped as the "honorary Seisho-ko of Shirokane."The Seisho-ko Festival is held on May 4th and 5th every year and many stalls that are open at night line the streets.

Seisho-ko (Kakurin-ji Temple)



From Shirokane-Takanawa Station: 5 min on foot / From Shirokanedai Station: 5 min on foot


1-1-47 Shirokanedai, Minato-ku, Tokyo






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