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Tachibanadera Temple, Asuka-mura
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  • Asuka station visited by bicycle. It is a temple made anywhere that said that Prince Shotoku was born. Size is not very large, but retains the remnants of that time.
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  • Light rain was falling, contrary to moist and ease of location. Public transport and make time, that it is safe.
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  • Tachibana Temple known as the birthplace of Prince Shotoku, and established by Prince Shotoku. Or the stone-face stone that represents the good and evil. Big signs seen in "here" that emotion and atmosphere, but I saw it again and ask for donations throughout the environment, know the facts but is pretty bad in Nikko waking up.
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  • Around rice's rice paddies, and feeling not is a temple located in space. It is a taste of Prince Shotoku and Temple.
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  • And Shotoku Taishi birth is known. You cannot see have two Stone Temple admission fee to pay.
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  • It is one of the ancient landscape remains much in here Asuka Temple.
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  • Two rock is on site. Beautiful ceiling paintings.
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  • Refreshing and have been slowly watching the statue of Shotoku Taishi.
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