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Sojiji Temple, Ibaraki
(3.5/5 based on 20 reviews on the web)
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  • That auspicious also, scale, and Dou, in that, and is the finest Temple d all said "this is the temple. It never drops the impressions come many times. Saigoku pilgrimage Temple of Kyoto City 1-2 impressed only by really great except the Temple temple. Still from the Shikoku temples, numerous sacred sites of temples of other is oldest and only seems to have been "carefully". It was a temple to Kyoto from and inconvenient pilgrimage temples and worship 1寺 1寺 Temple on the hard road, but here is a residential area of flat ground so relatively easy to visit.
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  • And minutes walk to Yamanote station on Hankyu sōji-ji Temple from was in the residential area. Near the quaint noodle shop. And respectable kongorikishi statue at the gate and up the stairs, and so is a Shingon Temple on a hill so, Temple is maintained in excellent and settle very much, and a little courtyard scenery and location.
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  •  Walking to the West Street extending from the front of the sojiji Temple Station of the Hankyu Kyoto line, advanced 300 metres long (walk up broad Street road) in North and sojiji Temple is at the end. The building is relatively new. Is a Buddhist temple in a residential area with relatively large. From the Gohonzon is whether turtles are kept.  Also, the knife mounds. Here our priest is more polite and received a thank-you note from address wrote to pay your bills. Without this kind of thing in other temples, I was a little surprised.
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