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Ōzen-ji Temple, Kawasaki
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  • It was said of Koyasan. Certainly grounds is the atmosphere in the mountains. The temple itself is not big, ordinary local temple. In no other temple in the deep mountains, the atmosphere is, maybe we can forget the hustle and bustle of the city just a little bit.
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  • The street, hear the first visit to the temple. It was now aimed at car King temple, nestled between the mountains and the Park, very secluded location a quiet temple. Statue is surrounded by hydrangeas flowers were beautiful.
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  • Hometown Kings Temple adjacent to the Park. Furusato Park puts the dog except for the part that does not here. In the old temple of the Kings Temple tree has become the origin of the place name of kakio worth looking at is.
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  • Birthplace King temple and adjacent Park and the surrounding with lush, area residents mind has become a place of rest to heal. Is persimmon King temple precincts, 800 years ago, happened in this land of Japan's first "Temple tree". That said however, the extant wood is second generation, would be about 400 years old. Variety registration is "Temple tree" also have been. On the other side across the station in Kanagawa is only riding club "Sanyo garden'.
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  • Beside the Kings Temple is useful but however hard to climb
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