Tokugawa's Mausoleum, Koya-cho

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  • Toshogu Shrine and Koyasan [Tokugawa's reidai] (though especially is a testimony), Hidetada and Tokugawa Ieyasu is known. Is this place was originally St. School (hijiriha) of the national Temple located in Daedeok hospital precinct, Daitokuji hospital itself is Meiji merged with other temples, not existing, so stayed only spirits. Daedeok hospital has deep relations with the Tokugawa family Temple, later by Ieyasu was calling Lotus Academy until it was renewed Daedeok hospital, also said. In 0/1633 (1633) was began construction and was applying to Amami Bishop Daedeok hospital to Toshogu Shrine (Bursar) that had participated in Government from as early as 16 years, officially licensed from the Tokugawa Shogun, Iemitsu, completed the 20 years, Funerals memorial service was held in the 4/17. The building Ridge (ketayuki), span (Harima) MIMA, a kohai of useful structure, has. The roof is called tile stick copper plate. Inside the gorgeous Deluxe (kennranngouka), expressing and zushi (dzushi), decorated with Makie, such as. 0/1742 (1742), 0/1768 (1768), 0/1864 (1868), 0/1865 (1865) and minor repairs were made. Temples were dismantled in the late Meiji era, was a temporary enshrined elsewhere, 0/1962 (1962), for demolition repairing of both returned. Address: 648-0211, Japan Wakayama Prefecture Ito-gun Takano-Cho Oaza Koyasan 682
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  • Over the stone wall. Gorgeous hard stone, and go back to paying the admission fee of 200 yen in front and climb up the Hall two along. Hands adapted to Ieyasu, Jean. In the Tokugawa though and not a person "is what? "And it might be.
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  • We went because we had the entry included in the pass of the city. They are two buildings that can only be outside, and from the front, small, without good conservation. The photo in her brochure is the Interior that is not accessible.
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  • Go in and see two very nice looking small buildings. Other than nice exterior design there isn't much to see. But only 200 yen per person so its okay.
  • Ornately carved and colorful but appropriately priced at only 200 yen. Takes about 5 to 10 minutes to view the entire thing. If you want Tokugawa history head to Nikko but if you have extra time it's worth a half hour of your really into the history of the Tokugawa Shogunate.
  • The grounds are very small and it won't take you long to visit the mausoleum, but it's part of an interesting and crucial piece of history so those interested in the Sengoku Period should definitely stop by.
  • 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.
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