In the Shentian Ming Shrine near the Akihabara Station, it is a second-dimensional tune. Even the Imperial Guard and horse painting are very budding. Fresh meat and sister paper are all created on the spot, and many crooked nuts are admired. It's not a big place, but it can go for an hour.
It's a beautiful little place and there aren't many tourists. It seems that the academic defense here is also very famous (there is a pillar of the birthplace of Edo's national science). The horse paintings here are really beautiful, so I dare not hang up the handicapped.
This is a beautiful (yet simple) temple, located in the northern part of Tokyo, close to the Akihabara station. There are several ways to reach the temple, most of which include a steep climb, so be ready for that. Once youre there, however, the temple provides numerous photo-ops, especially during colorful wedding ceremonies, which often take place there.
There were no other tourists there, very quiet, no stalls and vendors. Some slogans explain in English certain rituals to be observed, similar to the domestic Temple of wealth. Many businessmen come here during the New Year to pray for business Hengtong in the coming year, and they can travel by rickshaw.