Shakujii Park (Shakujii Koen, 石神井公園) is a public park on the northwestern outskirts of Tokyo. It is a park surrounding two large ponds - Shakujji Pond and Sanpoji Pond.
Former Uchida House & Nerima Shakujii Furusato MuseumJapanese
Former Uchida House (旧内田家住宅), created sometime around 1890 and relocated here in 2010, was the house of a farmer.
It is located next to the Nerima Shakujii Furusato Museum (練馬区立石神井公園ふるさと文化館).
Nerima Shakujii Furusato Museum is a municipal museum focusing on the history and folk custom of Nerima-ku (Nerima City).
5-12 Shakujiimachi, Nerima-ku, Tokyo MAP
Access: 17-min walk from Seibu Ikebukuro Line Shakujii-koen Station
Dojoji (道場寺) is a Soto Zen temple founded in 729.
Its temple complex is relatively new, including the tree-storied wooden pagoda completed in 1973.
Access: 3-min walk from Nerima Shakujii Furusato Museum
Sanpoji (三宝寺) is a Shingon Buddhist temple adjoining Dojoji Temple.
Established in 1394, it is a relatively large temple with well-maintained precincts.
Access: 1-min walk from Dojoji Temple
Area guide around this site
Shakuji Hikawa ShrineJapanese
Shakuji Hikawa Jinja (石神井氷川神社) is a Shinto shrine adjacent to Sanpoji Temple.
It was founded sometime between 1394 and 1428 as the guardian of a castle that used to exist here in those days.
Access: 3-min walk from Sanpoji Temple
Itsukushima Jinja (厳島神社) is a tiny Shinto shrine located on Sanpoji Pond.
Access: 2-min walk from Shakuji Hikawa Shrine