A tram named Maneki Neko / Miyanosaka Station, Gotokuji Temple /Setagaya ligne .Tokyo

) Setagaya tram is one of the only two remaining trams in Tokyo, and hidden within Setagaya ward lie cozy neighborhoods which gives you a closer look to the intimate everyday lives of Tokyo residents and many noteworthy attractions including…

A tram named Maneki Neko / Miyanosaka Station, Gotokuji Temple /Setagaya ligne .Tokyo

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Setagaya tram is one of the only two remaining trams in Tokyo, and hidden within Setagaya ward lie cozy neighborhoods which gives you a closer look to the intimate everyday lives of Tokyo residents and many noteworthy attractions including the birthplace of Maneki-neko,the temple de Gotoku ji makes for a unique excursion and is free to visit.
Maneki neko are typically depicted as figurines with one paw raised. Placing the talismans in restaurants or shop windows is believed to bring good luck and prosperity to proprietors or businessmen by luring customers to patronize them.
Situated near Miyanosaka Station, Gotokuji Temple, established in 1480, is one of the most popular tourist destinations along the Setagaya Line and is widely considered to be where the tradition of beckoning cats originated.

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