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Daijo-ji Temple, Kanazawa

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  • Visits are free of charge, at four o'clock in the morning hopefully in the temple's main hall of monks Sutra was given, so they close seam hand involuntarily at the sight. Of course burning incense also can make incense Louvre, and not forced, such as giving money, so you can enter the main temple (DOMA). It is recommended that at first glance of Kanazawa from here and came out from the toilet next to the temple there Mahayana Hills Park in front of. The view from here and Mt. Utatsuyama comparison, not much hope is clean.
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  • Monk has a cold weather training in February, and around the snow-covered road in history painting. Just Zen mind Temple bulletin boards but many secular critics. I think that while meditating on my distractions, not good practice.
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  • It is less tourists a quiet temple. In the temple and shrine in Kanazawa. DEP. Kanazawa Station West exit, a 25-minute long Hill preferred to go by bus, but quite climbs up from the bus stop is about 10 minutes walk. Caveat is that return bus stop when the bus with exactly the same place. There also say and long Hill Road opposite the bus station, but there is not. I got off the bus comes, bound for Kanazawa Station for some reason.
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  • Reservation is required, but can participate in free Zen meditation session Sunday.
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  • It is a sacred Temple. Even ordinary people can Zen.
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