Tachikawa is a city in Tokyo. The city fills in as a noteworthy traffic center point, strip mall and mechanical zone. Tachikawa is likewise the primary exchange point to the Ome Line in heading Ome and Okutama. The JR Nambu Line keeps running among Tachikawa and Kawasaki. Tachikawa is an advanced city even past the station region. Tachikawa is situated on the Musashi Plains, the wide flatlands covering quite a bit of Saitama Prefecture and extending south into the outlaying western pieces of Tokyo.
Fusai Temple, the primary memorable temple of Tachikawa, is arranged in a similar territory as Suwa Shrine. Accepted to be established in 1353 by the antiquated warrior faction of the Tachikawa, the sanctuary filled in as both post and profound Zen ground amid the tribe wars preceding the Edo Period. The Tachikawa faction was vanquished in the last days of those wars however the sanctuary lived on in any case.
It's most portentous day came in 1995 when the vast majority of the temple torched in an unplanned flame. The temple has since been reconstructed yet regardless it looks new - fairly fitting the remainder of Tachikawa. The Inner Gate anyway endure the blast and is one of only a handful couple of unique structures as yet standing.