The Chokugaku-mon Gate of Yusho-in Reibyo, Zojoji Temple, Shiba(5)
[ID] 1810  ( ID:1810 )
[Photographer] unknown
[Place] Tokyo
[Date] unknown
[Color] color
[Size] 269x211
[Cabinet] 42-44-0
[Keyword] Zojoji
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Zojoji is one of the six head temples of the Jodoshu, and is the tomb place of the Tokugawa family. Yushoin is the Buddhist name of the seventh Shogun Tokugawa Ietsugu. The Chokugaku Gate has bronze roof tiles, and has a barge, and the sides are of a four legged Chidorihafu. It is a photo of the facade (see photos numbered 22-9 and 27-2). The middle gate of the hall of worship can be seen through the open gate.