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Tokugawa's Mausoleum, Koya-cho

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  • Two old mausoleum buildings in a small yard that is not well maintained... Takes about 2 minutes to visit while getting charged 200JPY per person. Complete rip off.  more »
  • We had a little time before the buses would be running, and popped along to see these. There's very little to see though- the wooden carvings are clearly the work of highly skilled carpenters but ther...  more »
  • From a historical standpoint this is one of the most important places in Koya-san. While it may not be spectacular at first glance, if you know the history it really drives it home. Not to mention the...  more »
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  • Not that grat comparing with the rest of spots in Koyasan, but it's easy access with the bus to the cablecar station.
  • Interesting and pretty mausolea for Ieyasu Tokugawa and his son, the first two shogun following the Sengoku period. The english language leaflet is very interesting and you can also get a Shuin temple stamp.
  • Very beautiful, but it pales a bit in comparison with the other monuments in koyasan
  • Its a nice to see place
  • Is the steep hill on foot a little Hill to climb, but we visited. The car in the parking lot is full.
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