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Zenkō-ji Temple, Date

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  • I reckon that foreign visitors to Hokkaido may not usually seek historic temples. But I heartily recommend visiting this place, if you happen to be in the vicinity. It's about 10 min by car from Toyak...  more »
  • Is a Buddhist temple located in USU ITA. From the station near the parking. During cherry blossom season, and more tourists, will be crowded with people. You can tour a free in the building.
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  • Company maintains very precinct was dust, there was no one like serenity. This is the place you want to walk around slowly, if you can stay in. It is recommended.
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  • Impressive thatched roof Temple. On the way to the nature park at the back of the stone is often Cherry (2017 current during treatment). Old volcanic rocks and lava is seen everywhere, without the unique scenery. Cherry blossoms and flowers are planted on natural park where appropriate to explore the region. Furthermore, neither there is parking on the side.
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  • Stone often shows different faces depending on the season of cherry blossoms Ginkgo
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  • Feel the history. Stone often touched by cherry blossoms.
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  • The cherry blossom season is very beautiful!
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  • USU eruption of stones to be immediately 👍, thatched Temple, hillback, felt his his history in the past for what!! ️
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