Monzennakamachi is a town where many sightseeing spots with a deep history and culture are located, and you can enjoy sightseeing while enjoying the atmosphere of the city.You can feel the legacy of Meijimaru and the Kiyosumi Garden, which are famous for their famous sightseeing spots such as Tomioka Hachimangu Shrine and Fukagawa Fudoto Temple.Let’s spend a relaxing holiday at Monzennaka-cho, a town where time flows slowly and slowly.
Tomioka Hachimangu Shrine
Tomioka Hachimangu Shrine is a historic shrine located in Monzennaka-cho, and is known as’ Fukagawa-sama’ in Fukagawa.The “Fukagawa Hachiman Festival” is one of the 3 great festivals in the Edo period, and it is known as the “Mizukake-matsuri” (a festival to hold water with a bucket or a hose), and it is famous as a part of the “Mizukake Matsuri” (a festival for the whole town). It is also famous as a place where water is poured into a bucket and a horse with a bucket of 54 Mikoshi (portable shrines) held every 3 years.
The portable shrine used during the festival is also called’ Japan’s most golden portable shrine,’ and uses lots of diamonds, emerald, and ruby, and its appearance is solemn.Usually it is displayed on the site, so you can see it, so please take a look at it when you go sightseeing in Fukagawa.
Also, Tomioka Hachimangu Shrine is famous as the beginning of the Edo Kanjin Sumo Tournament, and the new Yokozuna is born to dedicate Dohyo-iri in the precincts of the Tomioka Hachimangu Shrine.You can also see this, so it’s good to go sightseeing when a new Yokozuna is born.There is a monument with a bill and a foot type of sumo wrestlers in the precinct, so you can find the size compared to your own.Also, there is a monument from the first Yokozuna to the modern Yokozuna, so you can see the history of sumo.If you like sumo, please visit it once.
In addition, it is said that Tadataka INO, famous for surveying all over Japan and creating an accurate map of Japan, lived near this Tomioka Hachimangu Shrine, and he visited this Tomioka Hachimangu Shrine when he went on a trip to survey.The statue of Tadataka Ino has been built in the precinct, so it’s good to visit along with the residence of the nearby residence.
Address : 20-3, Tomioka 1 Chome, Koto Ward, Tokyo 135 – 0047 Tokyo
Phone number : 03 – 3642 – 1315
Fukagawa Fudoto Temple
Fukagawa Fudoto Temple is a temple famous as a sightseeing spot in Monmonnaka-cho along with Tomioka Hachimangu Shrine.It is known to the neighboring residents as’ Fukagawa-sama’.Originally, it is said that the special public release of Naritasan, which was held at Tomioka Hachimangu Shrine in the early Edo period, was originated from the special public release of the Naritasan Temple, and as a result of the separation of Shinto and Buddhism in the Meiji period, there is a history that the current Fukagawa Fudoto Temple was built to enshrine the spirit of Fudo Myoo, so that the current was built to enshrine the spirit of Fudo Myoo.It is the name of Monzen-naka-cho in the meaning of’ the town in front of the gate of Eishiro Temple.’ Also the Nagera-dori Street of the main street is derived from this temple.
The main way to the main hall from the station through Akamon is popular as “Hitojinfugawa Kotoku Dori” and it is a street where you can feel the elegance of Koedo, and you can buy delicious Japanese sweets, meals and souvenirs.On the first, fifteenth and twenty eighth of every month, the festival is held, and the local children are lively with the festival.
Address : 17-13, Tomioka 1 Chome, Koto Ward, Tokyo 135 – 0047 Tokyo
Meijimaru is an iron ship that was active during the Meiji period, and it is currently stored on the grounds of Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, and can be enjoyed by sightseeing.Meijimaru is a very gorgeous ship that was built as a ship with salons, and it has been used as a royal ship, not only for ordinary use, but also as a royal ship carrying the Imperial Family.The Emperor Meiji, the Emperor of the time, is also on board this Meijimaru.
Around 1875, the Ogasawara Islands reached the Ogasawara Islands, and as a result, the islands, including Okinotorishima, became Japanese territory and contributed to securing a large exclusive economic zone in. Meijimaru.
As a national holiday, there is a “Sea Day”, which was established to commemorate the day when the Meiji Emperor boarded the Meijimaru and visited the Tohoku and Hokkaido ports to arrive at Yokohama Port.In this way, Meijimaru has a very deep relationship with the history of Japanese history.Please visit me when you go sightseeing at Monzennaka-machi.
Address : 1-6, Etchujima 2 Chome, Koto Ward, Tokyo 135 – 8533
Phone number : 03 – 5245 – 7360
Business hours : 10 00 to 15 00.
Closed day : Water Friday month
Fukagawa Tokyo Modern Hall
Fukagawa Tokyo Modern Hall is a base where you can learn about sightseeing and culture information in Monzennaka-cho.Constructed in 1932, the building is now being reused as a museum as a museum, and is now designated as a tangible cultural property.
In the tube, there are exhibitions about the history of the ward and food culture related to Monzennaka-cho, so you can learn about the history of Monmonnaka-cho.Also, there is a coffee shop where you can still enjoy a snack, so it may be good to enjoy eating while enjoying the view of the restaurant.Other Rakugokai is regularly held, so it is a sightseeing spot recommended for those who like Rakugo.
Address : 1 chome 19-15, Monzennaka-cho, Koto Ward, Tokyo 135 – 0048
Phone number : 03 – 5639 – 1776
Business hours : 10 00 to 18 00.
Closed : Monday
You can walk to Kiyosumi-shirakawa from Monmonnaka-cho in Kiyosumi Garden.It is a garden designated as a designated scenic place, and you can enjoy a beautiful atmosphere with a beautiful atmosphere.Originally, it was the private land of Iwasaki Yataro who founded the Mitsubishi Zaibatsu, and since he played the role of the guest house, he was able to experience the past history.
There are many famous sights in the garden, and it is recommended that you walk around the beach where stones are placed and walking.There are also famous stones from all over Japan, so you can think about the financial resources of the Iwasaki family.There is a monument in the park that describes the haiku of famous Matsuo Basho, so please look for it.
Address : 3 Chome, Clear chome, Koto Ward, Tokyo, Japan 135 – 0024 3-10
Phone number : 03 – 3641 – 5892
Business hours : 9 00 to 17 00.
Closed holidays : particularly none
Relaxing sightseeing at “Monmonnaka-cho” where you can feel the historical atmosphere
Monzennaka-cho has many tourist spots with high historical value, so you can spend a leisurely time enjoying the history of the Fukagawa area while enjoying a relaxing time.By understanding the history of each sightseeing spot, you can enjoy sightseeing in Monzen-nakamachi more deeply, so please take a long time to study beforehand.