Matsunoodera Temple, Maizuru

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  • This is a very nice Temple. Especially like the shape of the roof of the main hall looks that overlap personally. Was to tour operators today are definitely say this temple is the "Matsuo in et al" is not, says Matsuo Temple "of Matsu and in from" and is known. Name and temple name is not absolutely wrong, so caution is required. Here is the saigoku pilgrimage only hayagriva, and worshipping with a temple. Was a huge Buddhist temple once had a branch of date Temple and 65 in the believers of that time and then slowly being forced to cut and continues to the present. Last time was overcrowded at the foliage, but today was the opposite. Without 納経 is like a beeline to suddenly put to go to the main hall main hall or Dou and put away quite a vicious "pioneers" who was laid for what is going to put mark... seems to be laid dozens of times, I guess? It's place, it's not how many times many of the embarrassing as pioneers in mind, behavior, and personality issues will... same....
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  • I went by train arriving mid Matsuo station at 7. I was in Yahoo transfer came up with 45-minute walk, but took about 50 minutes. Because the temple was about 30 minutes and I am also aiming at cheerful Matsuo bus stop 9:33. I think trot's down in 30 minutes on the bus. Strict and just lose the bus not until around noon the train bus. If you are going in the direction of Obama might be. Temple is I tourist destination of Western countries, many are, but somehow Shikoku henro wind. I like. People at least because I wanted and there was a Sutra OK. To put healing dog she was in the corner. Dogs may have felt looking at policies of the temple.
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  • Because of staying completely invisible from the highway or expressway, Tanaka's temple finally get beyond the side of the village, walking through rice paddies. But too much not known to man, seen not from the beauty of its foliage is outstanding!
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  • Founded in the year 708, Matsunoo-dera is a Shingon sect temple that serves as stop #29 on the Saigoku 33 Kannon pilgrimage. The current hondo was rebuilt some time in the 1600's after a fire, as is unfortunately so common among temples of this age. Rarely crowded, very quite, and gorgeous -- well worth a visit.
  • Hanshan Temple in Fukui Prefecture and the border. It would be most convenient access from JR Higashi-Maizuru Station North exit, in Maizuru travel, paying 5000 yen, to Charter a taxi. Matsuo Temple bus station and JR Obama line Matsuo temple there and proceed east through town. On the pavement would go up from here, who are quite steep and time-consuming. Reaches the grounds through the gate, watching Treasure Museum on your right and climb the stone steps. Cleanse the body with your water, head to the main temple. Had the opportunity can visit Japanese Idol bato Kannon Bodhisattva is difficult to obtain opportunities for affinity, but only once. Japanese Idol is newer than the image of your prostate felt, is a statue of Rage seems to be laughing somewhere. In the statue was restored in probably burned Japanese Idol is many times that. On the other hand, your prostate image looks than your prostate in good.
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  • Because the road is narrow if the Western variant thirty-three no. 29-Pilgrim Temple is where they are going by car, please drive. It was very quiet and peaceful atmosphere of temples.
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  • Had a very leisurely time. I think so far from the train station, the car is better.
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  • Route from here was pretty narrow road cherry climbed to Mt. Aoba, and were all Japanese-style toilet
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