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I am an English guide

in charge of Fukagawa Fudo-do and Tomioka Hachimangu.

 

Below is the sightseeing spot I provide the guiding service.

 

In this tour, you will visit Fukagawa Fudo-do, a Buddhist temple, and Tomioka Hachimangu, a Shinto shrine. You can see and experience the characteristics of and differences between Buddhism and Shintoism including the different worship manners.

Fukagawa Fudo-do Temple
Fukagawa Fudo-do is a temple dedicated to Fudo-myoo, the god of fire.
This temple has the innovative mantra design in Sanskrit letters on the outside wall of the Main Hall. Inside the Main Hall, you will experience a mysterious fire ritual, known as the Goma Rite. It is a secret fire practice of “Shingon Esoteric Buddhism” to purify people’s wildly desires and pray for our wishes.

Tomioka Hachimangu Shrine
Tomioka Hachimangu has two special characteristics compared with other shrines in Japan.
One is that there are various monuments to the sumo wrestlers there, including the Monument to Grand Champions (Yokozuna) because this shrine is known as the birthplace of the professional sumo tournaments.
The other is the most expensive portable shrine in Japan. The portable shrine is decorated by jewels and gold.

Location: Koto-city, Tokyo. Five minutes’ walk from Monzen-Nakacho Station, Subway Tozai Line (T12) or Oedo Line (E15).

 

My personal information

 

I live in Fukagawa, an old town in Tokyo, more than 30 years. I love the atmosphere of old town and neighbors. Since Koto city’s old town is still not so famous, here is a kind of hidden sightseeing spots.
My guide experience is over 5 years, my hobbies are bike and taking photos. There are nice cycling roads with flowers near here.

 

Guide Fee

 

It takes about two hours for this course. Guide fee is 30$ per hour for up to 3 people, 40$ per hour for up to 6 people. Hotel pickup is 1,000 JPY.

 

Please read my proposal carefully. I will make every effort to make your trip pleasant.

I will e-mail my proposal to you if you consider to request my service.

 

How to request my service

 

If you consider to request my service, please contact here : please inform info@erf.jp of my code (e10TOB170ENG)

ERF will inform me of your e-mail address, your name and other information. Then I will contact you by email.

I will send you “my guiding proposal” by e-mail, so please read it and determine whether or not to request my service.

Please let me know if you have decided to request my service.

 

I am looking forward to your request.

Thank you.