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Ryozen Kannon, Kyoto
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  • I was really pleased we came across this temple. The giant Buddha is really impressive and the setting with the pool in front and wooded hills behind is an amazing sight. For the small entrance fee we...  more »
  • May be because shallow history in Kyoto Kannon is built on this ground is near the shrine, built in 1955. In front is a large parking lot is kinda bad, and.
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  • Kodai-JI parking lot nearby. It is built to honor World War II veterans and victims wanted something so big Kannon. Goddess of mercy was very powerful.
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  • For 300 yen to enter it was really nice. You get an incense to place down. The giant Buddha is really nice and there are a lot of small buildings around. You can go inside the main temple from the stairs at the back to see a lot more statues/icons. To the back right side there is a world war 2 memorial as well for the unknown solider and it has names of lots of other country's soldiers who passed during the war. There is also containers of sand from the different countries involved in the war. A nice place to see.
  • Hm... Honestly.. Not that special. Although huge Buddha statue looked nice, I think that is all. If you have enough time, stop by here. If not, I recommend to go to Kodaiji.
  • Beautiful and peaceful. Definitely worth a stop while en route to Kiyomizu-dera
  • Worth a visit to see the giant Buddha. It was nice to get an incense stick on entry. You can also go inside the giant Buddha.
  • A quite expensive but it worth it if you enter on the big buda and see everything around.