A Must See For Cat Lovers! Gotokuji Temple Is Full Of Maneki Neko Gotokuji Temple, found in Setagaya, Tokyo, is famous for its numerous maneki neko or “beckoning cats” that welcome visitors. There are other temples well-known for them in Japan, but a temple that has this many maneki neko is quite rare. Some say that Gotokuji Temple is the origin of the Maneki Neko. Naotaka Ii (1590 – 1659), a daimyo (feudal lord) of the Edo Period was believed to have been saved from a thunderstorm by a cat inviting him into this temple. Since then, Maneki Neko have been enshrined here as they are believed to bring luck. The shrine is located at about a 10-minute-walk from Gotokuji station on the Odakyu Line or at about a 5-minute-walk from Miyanosaka station on the Tokyu Setagaya Line. Gotokuji station is only 15 minutes away from Shinjuku station. How about going on a little adventure after shopping in Shinjuku?
Làm một cô gái tò mò và thích mày mò làm nhiều thứ.