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Daiganji Temple, Hatsukaichi
(3.1/5 based on 85+ reviews on the web)
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  • I asked other people through word of mouth, but I'm sure same more and (20s-30s?) of will. Is arbitrarily considered but still a 20-something, so just have got to come. Taken in the main hall and then entrusted the stamp book to go and visit the fudo Temple was entrusted before you visit, then take a visit? Told from what's have entrusted is said to receive from the shrine will have to come and see, so originally was going to end and visits, to receive and offer prayers to the temple again. Do you need it twice? My bad ear, with France also never having found out about if you worship at the Itsukushima Shrine! As I came to and do not know that he is looking for but have anyway and visit and tell wistful attitude. Themselves without knowing the judgment as it looks, this desire to serve the unilateral attitude, France is the lowest Act. Belly has passed. Was impossible but too bad I did not see so entrusted, to visit and was told at other temples, the attitude. Thanks to the Buddha-Pats turned apologies both to customers and to benzaiten Temple visits.
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  • It is a large temple looks away from the exit of Itsukushima-Jinja shrine. Benzaiten is enshrined in the main hall, has become one of the three great benzaiten in Japan. Also, include a Buddha stroking and did touch a lot of people.
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  • one of traditional temple in Miyajima. near in central but no special but okay to take a short visit 
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  • A rather unassuming temple (especially seeing as it's placed right next door to one of the most incredible shrines). There's a monk who chants and beats a drum at certain times in the day, which is rather nice to listen to.
  • The truce talks have competed well the Sakamoto ryoma choshu's took place. Kaishu finds mistakes both Court and shogunate to the choshu et takasugi shinsaku, and ask for the truce. Bakufu was discredited greatly.
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  • Benzaiten customers defend senjokaku and five-storied pagoda of shinbutsu shugo left heavily in and honji Buddha shrine was worshipped as the deity enshrined in the current. Kobo Daishi customers in China 四十九 Yakushi Buddha Yakushi Nyorai is the senjojiki Kinkaku Temple Buddha customer's line based on film. The gomado of sandalwood Acala Buddha joroku face.
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  • Is right next to Itsukushima Shrine. When I visited, by chance I was entertainer. I think I'll visit Hey, saw "people who pay money" on a surprise, they talk about. So who side with or without. Doesn't look fun, as in?
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  • Because it will sell to benzaiten's greetings to once in a while to bother you. It is a place for relief.
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