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Reigando, Kumamoto
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  • Unmodified in a good way. Like feet as Rocky as, walked a lot of people since ancient times, became smooth. Day walk because there are railings, but slippery on rainy days, pretty careful not to walk and dangerous.
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  • Bus number goes at least is (check the time in Sanko bus. Can be exciting one-day pass costs 900 yen), but is recommended for those who like Musashi. Climb the hill from iwato goddess of mercy-iriguchi bus stop to about 20 minutes. Wooden sword was a place where magical atmosphere with Musashi was also exhibited.
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  • If you're a Musashi fan this place is a must. It is known as the place where he spent mcuh of his final 5 years and wrote his most famous works, including the Book of Five Rings (Gorin No Sho). To sit...  more »
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  • It's a great historical place if you favor Japan's greatest samurai, Miyamoto Musashi.
  • Standing quietly in the precincts of the temple cloud Iwao gohyakurakan called Buddhas. In the 0/1779 (1779) was carved in the masonry of the higo, Taya Yi ping merchant in Kumamoto and edge over the 24 years. There is so-called reigandō written by Miyamoto Musashi book of five rings gohyakurakan back.
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  • Miyamoto Musashi wrote a book of five rings is a famous place. Decorated wooden sword of Musashi and hanging at the entrance, but no guards what is probably a replica. I like a cave, and pay the entry fee at the entrance is wider than in pictures. If you like Musashi to go!? ︎
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  • Landmark where the iwadono mountain unganji Temple Kyushu saigoku pilgrimage No. 14 Temple worshipping the bodhisattvas Kannon in Japanese * 7 Kannon of one thing. West including gohyakurakan reigandō, see and. * Could not pay.
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  • It does seem to have been well preserved, see. In the parking lot at the top. Although it is possible to go down, up, up-parking recommendations.
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