The Yanaka (谷中) neighbourhood is located between Sendagi and Nippori stations. It is known for its large number of buddhist temples and cemeteries, the biggest of which is the Yanaka cemetery.
Above, golden statue in Zenshoan Temple.
Above, Saikoji Temple.
Above, Zuirinji Temple.
Above, statue of Nichiren.
Above, Daigyoji Temple.
Above, the former Yoshidaya sake shop (annex of the Taito Shitamachi Museum).
Above, central alley of Yanaka cemetery.
Above, the alley in spring. It is lined with cherry trees and is a popular sightseeing place during sakura season (I was a bit too late for that though).
Above, the cemetery in spring, when most of the sakura flowers have fallen down.
Above, Buddha statue in Tennoji Temple, next to Yanaka cemetery and Nippori station.
Above, Tennoji temple in spring.
Above, Nippori JR station.
Above, “Tomato” shop. It actually is a fabric store: The surrounding area is officially known as Fabric Town.
Above, statue in front of Nippori station.
Above, train tracks at Nippori station.