A shrine built in 1627 to enshrine Ieyasu Tokugawa (Tosho Daigongen). Yoshimune Tokugawa and Yoshinobu Tokugawa are also deities. Located in Ueno Onshi Park. Since the renovation in 1651, it has survived the disappearance due to natural disasters and war damage, and it is a valuable spot where you can see the full-scale Edo architecture that retains the remnants of those days up close. The shrine is luxuriously made of gold leaf and is also called the “golden hall”. There is a peony garden in the precincts, and the “peony festival” held in the spring is famous.
360 years in business About Matsuzakaya Honten, a Hakone Ashinoyu Onsen Founded in 1662 and depicted in Hiroshige Utagawa's ukiyoe woodblock prints, Matsuzakaya Honten has been a long-established onsen inn since the Edo period. The inn has been visited by many...