The Zōjō-ji is a Buddhist temple in Tōkyō, Japan – next to the Tōkyō Tawā. It was created in the 9th century and was shifted to its current location in 1598. In earlier days 48 subtemples and residential homes for students belonged to it.
The temple has been destroyed in World War II and was restored afterwards. In addition to the main hall it includes different beautiful gates and buildings. You can also find the graves of the 15 Tokugawa shoguns here.