Senso Temple or Senso-ji Temple or Asakusa Temple is a Buddhist temple in the Asakusa district of Tokyo’s Taito is the oldest and most important in Tokyo. The entrance (a close street) door is a large door called Kami Nari. (Kaminari-mon) or Thunder gate, A height of 11.4 meters and wide 11.7 meters, was built in year 1960. Large paper lanterns hanging on the crossbar with a height of 5.5 meters, with thunder line and clouds by painted in black and red. After coming out of the gate will have different shops along the pathway to the temple. Name is Nakamisei road, There are snacks, Various local desserts, souvenir, fan paper, clothes, kimono etc… Hozomon Gate is front the chapel is a 2-storey, the door with a height 22.7 meters and a width 21 meters. A large paper lanterns hanging like the outside gate (side the road). Here is have a fountain with a god statue, to those who worship for cleaning the hands, mouth, which is customary in Japan. Inside the chapel is the main building is a statue of the Bodhisattva (Kannon Bosatsu) or Bodhisattva Kuan gold height of about 5 inches. Front the chapel is have incense burner on the outside. how to pray by incense smoke to back it to body. 5-stories pagoda A height of 53 meters. Located on the left side of Hozomon Gate. In the temple area have a small garden and have the Buddha statues are located at several points.
Tokyo Skytree or New Tokyo Tower is a transmission tower is located at Sumida, Tokyo, Japan. Currently is the tallest building in Japan. On March 9, 2015, we did came here but because of bad weather, was raining all day so invisible Tokyo Skytree. Here is Asuma Bridge and Sumida River and the building have a golden lump on the top is Building of Asahi Beer Tower. Headquarters of Asahi Breweries, Ltd. A building named Super Dry Hall, or Flamme d’Or by Philippe Starck is a French designer. Completed in the year 1989 The Beer Bubble Sculpture is convey to the spirit and determination of Asahina. 1-3 floor are restaurant center, 4 th floor is a Event hall name is Asahi Art Squre. Today (12 March 2015), we come here again. by Ginza Line for at Asakusa Station and walking to Tokyo Skytree. (Senso Temple or Senso-ji Temple or Asakusa Templeis near the Asakusa Station, can see more in the link) Tokyo Skytree is the tallest structure in Japan, at a height of 634 meters, or 2,080 feet. Because the term “634” in Japanese sounds like “Musashi”. By Tobu Railway Co. which began construction on July 14, 2008 and finished on 29 February 2012 and was officially opened on 22 May 2012.