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Tokyo Wan Kannon, Futtsu

Categories: Lookouts, Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
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3.6/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web
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  • For has become when even went as far as futtsu, 1 place as somewhere to go to tourist spots, taking time and geographical conditions, go to Tokyo Bay. Big Kannon jumped into the line of sight and climbed the mountain access road to Tokyo Bay Kannon is a winding mountain road, but the first was blown away by the size. Arrived at the reception, hobby coupon screen site clerk, Office of admission fee per adult person 500 yen to 350 yen for 3 discount received. Particularly large when the difference between the discount is quite large, so don't forget coupons to visit. And finally on I went up the stairs. Is a little climb stairs with 300 or more stages in the companions climbed uphill on the way, but still somehow cut climbing up to the top. As the day the weather was sunny, but looked over Tokyo Bay and boso Peninsula Mountains, and on the other side of the Miura peninsula, was 見渡semasenn to Mount Fuji and Izu peninsula. Tokyo Bay Kannon opens still a 360-degree panoramic views were very nice. Mountains near the mountain looking down from the top, I found, how low could well be mountains of the boso peninsula. Hard to climb up to the top when you climb on the stamp were told by staff that I had forgotten about the down time was press seal little by little. According to an exhibit of halfway up the stairs, Tokyo Bay Kannon was to pray for world peace Usami masaei who experienced the war, and in the lumber business in Shenzhen, was built in the 1960s. Attitude towards the meaning of peace and peace held in our situation at home and abroad increasing volatility and uncertainty these days, so I thought.
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  • Located on Hill Road down to advances from the State Highway goes up the switchbacks. Top part has the goddess here, top part is quite professional and a plane parking of equivalent unit is fully equipped. Admission is required, but the view from the top of the goddess of mercy is in addition, views that no obstacles around the Hill at all.
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  • It is not far famous as the statue of liberty but she is also symbolic statue of peace and liberty of Japan. Inside of her, there are plenty of shinto gods and buddhist statues one can see as climbing...  read more »
  • Very nice view of Tokyo Bay and across to Kanagawa. Was closing when we arrived late but still able to walk around the grounds and see the views.
  • Huge, elegant however stands on a wrong place.
  • Bad weather but it was pretty impressive. All the gods are here. Maria-SAMA. Veterans Memorial. It is very good.
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  • Spiral stairs climbed in the goddess of mercy. Breathtaking views of Mt. Fuji and the Tokyo Bay was (* ^ o ^ *)
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  • No tourists off the beaten path sightseeing. On the stairs up to the top often is also good. Looks like when coming back to Haneda Airport by plane.
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