Komagata-do is a hall located in Komagata Park. It is one of the temple complexes at the site where the principal image of Sensoji Temple is said to have appeared.

It was built by Taira no Kouga in 942, but it was repeatedly burned down.

The door is opened on the 19th day of every month, and a grand festival is held on April 19.


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Address2-2-3 Kaminarimon, Taito-ku, Tokyo
Telephone03-3842-0181(Sensoji Temple)


Ginza Line,Toei Asakusa Line,Tobu Isesaki Line, about 1 minute walk from Asakusa Station.


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