The Sens˘-Ji Temple in Tokyo.
Many celebrations take place here throughout the year. Sanja Matsuri in May is the largest of them all.ę coward_lion / 123RF
Destroyed in 1945 by American bombings and identically rebuilt in 1958, it shelters representations of the bodhisattva Kannon.ę Sean Pavone / 123RF
There are a few gardens with numerous sculptures and Buddhist gods.ę Pascal Bagot
Statues of Nio guardians watch over the access to the gate on either side.ę coward_lion / 123RF
Inaugurated in 2012, the Tokyo Sky Tree close to Sens˘-ji is the tallest tower in the city, rising 634 metres.ę Pascal Bagot