Temples in Asakusa, Tsukiji, and Azabu in central Tokyo were severely damaged by the Great Kanto
Earthquake in 1923. Many of them relocated to Karasuyama, which had fields and woods at that time.
A few more temples also moved to the area under the re-zoning plan
of mid-Tokyo districts or as a result of fire damage during the war.
Today, there are 26 temples in Karasuyama,
with beauty and charm in each of them.
Karasuyama is well-known as a peaceful spot.
If you are interested in buying a family plot
in a cemetery here, Okubo Sekizai can assist you.