Highlights: Tsukiji Honganji is a Honganji temple of the Jodo Shinshu sect located in Tokyo, adjacent to Tokyo Train Station and Ginza Temple. The original Tsukiji Honganji Temple, built in 1617, has a long history and prosperous incense. It is an annex of Kyoto Honganji Temple. It is a pity that it was destroyed later. The rebuilt temple was based on the style of Tianzhu Jialan, and a unique temple was built with bricks and stones with a unique design. Not only is it special in appearance, its layout and decoration actually incorporate the characteristics of various religions. There are seats in the main hall for good believers to pray silently, and there is also a standard church-pipe organ. Tsukiji Honganji is one of the most representative temples in Tokyo, and many people come here to pray.