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Updated: October 1, 2019
Just north of Sumida Park on the east side of the Sumida River, enjoy a short stop at Choumeiji Temple. This humble Buddhist temple is known for its sakura mochi (a sweet Japanese rice cake wrapped in a pickled cherry blossom leaf and filled with sweet red bean paste) and the water from its well, which is said to cure ailments. Afterward you can visit Tokyo Skytree, only a short walk away.
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