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Daijoji Temple, Kami-cho

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Religious Site
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  • This is a great space. It will be the culmination of his career as an artist. I would say Museum incorporating different techniques and 洒脱. Ever seen, did I want to time.
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  • During the Nara period Buddhist Saint Kukai, Koyasan Shingon Temple. It possesses numerous fusuma produced by the artists of the Edo period painter Maruyama okyo and the family is famous here. Thus, okyo Temple also known as the name goes. Personally, okyo's pictures better than me in the magnificence of the temple here (Deva) always impresses. Because the gate is the real thing, but the majority are clones, so... like the blue of the Blue Lotus Institute of real estate, even if replication is 100% are elaborate isn't worth watching and even after all the duplicate, not real, and so are. Admission fee is 800 yen and a little temple.
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  • Not only guide with admission fee ¥ 800 at the temple including Maruyama okyo, fusuma Sept watch so you can just look at the painting techniques as well as understand the value. In building the temple itself makes us feel the history there, such as Ginkgo biloba, camphor garden worthy trees. Yumura Onsen is about 40 minutes by car.
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  • Upon elevation home of Western 四十九 28-Yakushi-sacred sites such as the bus service from the station is so visited on foot. (Little train station. )
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