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甚平そばに行って、麻賀田神社に行き、大杉に会ってきました。 聖徳太子の時代に植えられたそうです 宗吾霊堂は佐倉宗吾郎の菩提樹で、父子の墓もあります。 佐倉宗吾郎は、義民として、知られ、 江戸三代将... read more

Reviewed May 16, 2017
朋代 高
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Not a main attraction, but not to be overlooked

Narita-san is the more famous temple in this neighborhood, but Sogo Reido is worth visiting. I have... read more

Reviewed February 5, 2017
Niiza, Japan
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May 16, 2017
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“Not a main attraction, but not to be overlooked”
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1-558 Sogo, Narita 286-0004, Chiba Prefecture
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Reviewed May 16, 2017 via mobile

甚平そばに行って、麻賀田神社に行き、大杉に会ってきました。 聖徳太子の時代に植えられたそうです 宗吾霊堂は佐倉宗吾郎の菩提樹で、父子の墓もあります。 佐倉宗吾郎は、義民として、知られ、 江戸三代将軍家に直訴し、税金を軽くして、もらいましたが、直訴の罪により、父子共々、処刑されました。 佐倉惣五郎は、歌舞伎に なったり、今でも、農民に愛されて、語り継がれています。 I went Jinpei soba. went to Magata Shrine, and met Oosugi. It is said that it was planted in the time of Prince Shotoku

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Reviewed February 5, 2017

Narita-san is the more famous temple in this neighborhood, but Sogo Reido is worth visiting. I have never been to the museum portion, but the temple is respectable and grounds are spacious - it feels like a bigger version of "the neighborhood temple". The lucky...More

Thank BenTYO
Reviewed November 16, 2016

Once again we spent part of our long airport layover in Narita town which we always enjoy. The temple is one of the two highlights for us. It is relatively easy to find. Turn right out of the Keisei Narita Station or Left out of...More

1  Thank kupunakane
Reviewed February 5, 2016 via mobile

If staying in Narita you have to visit the temple. Try to get there at 9am for the ceremony. Great walk through streets from train station to temple.

1  Thank Brian O
Reviewed March 21, 2015

Usually the flowers start blooming mid-May to early July. Adjuscent to the temple precinct streches this hydrangea field in 2 acre land. Hydrangea was originally introduced from Japan into Europe about 150 years ago by a German scientist Philipp Siebold. Here you can see many...More

1  Thank thinkNarita
Reviewed June 1, 2013 via mobile

Just two stops South from Narita Kesei station and a pleasant 15 minute walk brings you to this tranquil temple complex. During a lovely stroll around I came across the museum. It is well worth the fee (700 Yen) to walk around with the audio...More

3  Thank P S
Reviewed February 17, 2013

This tale of courage is so nationally epic that the famous visit this little place. It is also one of the most popular Kabuki plays in Japan. I read about Sogo Reido in my hotel's in-room tourist brochure. It's only about a 6-minute train ride...More

5  Thank willrunforcannoli
Reviewed May 5, 2012

The temple is located about 13kms from Narita Airport and is worth a look if you have time and have already been to the big temple at Narita. The temple worships a man known as Sogo who saved 100, 000 people in the Edo period....More

4  Thank flyingkiwi東京
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