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Rinsen-ji Temple, Joetsu
(4/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • I came here when visiting the kasugayama Castle. You could see the treasure house, entrance fee, good staff.
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  • It is a feeling because it was seen in the Taiga drama tenchijin like little stories to the world. I'd wanted to turn more slowly.
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  • Mountain is Mount Kasuga. Admission fee: 500 yen. Echigo guardian Nagao resolution landscape at the time his father 17 cloudy Hanae meet was good for the Memorial anniversaries to the Inner Temple is the beginning. And since the asylum as a family Temple of the guardian Nagao, Uesugi, prosperous Temple and had a big influence at Kasuga Castle. I was educated from heaven room light education 0/1536 (1536), Uesugi Kenshin (Chiyo tiger at that time) when the 7-year-old confided to rinsenji temple the priest famous for, are being baptized name of tonsure and Kenshin rinsenji Temple. The Uesugi Kagekatsu Castle Yonezawa (Yonezawa city, Yamagata Prefecture) to move and Yonezawa rinsenji Temple is Lord had been to separate burial (managed by Mahayana Temple, Temple law) so exactly the temple is not was erected tombstone officials and many Uesugi clan.
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  • Great temple
  • Your admission fee is 500 yen (disabled person discount) is a temple of Uesugi Kenshin. The cold air was flowing.
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  • Sleeping Japanese warlord Uesugi Kenshin rinsenji Temple. May proceed. Also, great article also many treasures.
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  • You can experience the Uesugi family history.
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  • I think it's a nice place.
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