Shibamata Taishakuten Temple

Shibamata Taishakuten Temple

Shibamata Taishakuten Temple was founded in 1692 and is located in Shibamata, Tokyo. The temple is famous for its wooden decorative carvings. The approach between Shibamata Station and the Taishakuten Temple retains the vibrant traditional shop street. Visitors can enjoy eating Japanese snacks along the street. The Taishakuten Temple is also famous for the film series Otoko wa tsurai yo (It’s Tough Being a Man).

Address

7-10-3 Shibamata, Katsushika-ku, Tokyo

Summary

Entrance Few steps
Inside Few steps
Parking Use nearby parking facility
Access Almost flat
Accessiblity
A wheelchair not allowed in the sculapture gallery of Taishakuten, Guide dog allowed inside the temple grounds but prohibited inside the temple buildings
Available language
Brochure available: English
Nearest station Shibamata: Shibamata: Keisei (Kanamachi Line)
Shin-Shibamata: Hokuso (Hokuso Line)
Elevator between platform and ticket gate Shibamata: Exit is on the ground floor
Shin-Shibamata: Elevator available
Elevator between ticket gate and outside Shibamata: Exit is on the ground floor
Shin-Shibamata: Elevator available
Recommended route
3 minute walk from the exit of Shibamata Sta.

Neighborhood facilities

Mount Takao
Sightseeing,Park/Amusement
Mount Takao