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Nakayama is in between Narita And Haneda International Airport

中山・下総・散歩道

The Statues of Shichifukujins in Edogawaku

Daikokuten and Ebisuten in DaiunjiShichifukujins in Myorenji
In Japan, visiting temples where dedicating statues of Shichifukujin (the seven gods for good fortune) has been popular. In Edogawaku, some temples of course have the statues. Yakushadera in Muzue has Daikokuten and Ebisuten in its main gate. And Jushoin in Matsumoto has been called Matsumoto Benten so it has Benzaiten in it. Myorenji in Naka Kasai has Bishamonten and Daikokuten in Bishamondo on the southwest corner of the site. There could be some more status in Edogawaku. Why don't you visit Shichifukujin in Edogawaku?

Temples dedicating Shichifukujins in Edogawaku

Yakushadera or Daiunji in Mizue

Chogyosan Senshoin Daiunji (Yakushadera)

It dedicates Daikokuten and Ebisuten in its main gate.
Matsumoto Benzaiten in Edogawaku

Kotosan Jushoin (Matsumoto Benzaiten)

It has a large pain tree called Garyu no Matsu in it.

Jokosan Myorenji in Kasai

Jokosan Myorenji

It dedicates Bishamonten and Daikokuten in its Bishamondo.