Sairin-ji Temple, Matsuyama

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  • It is a temple in eighty No. 48 Temple temple, became the temporary prayer place in the Matsuyama clan. Taste there and enters the environment from a Deva Temple and daishido Temple. Along with the garden said 一願 jizo wishes Bok endowed jizo has a small garden with Koi pond, and in the middle is only one, but the felt moist.
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  • As I wrote in the title visiting this temple just off Matsuyama I probably saw the most beautiful garden in the city. The complex is in bucolic location-isolated in the countryside-and this makes it particularly fascinating. Quite frequented more by Japanese tourists from the faithful. A beautiful Buddhist temple to see.
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  • At the Temple in the Matsuyama city suburbs, is one of the Shikoku pilgrimage. Deva presence is overwhelming. Kadomatsu was clean, but the gate is so not prominent at all. It is also within a tranquil atmosphere.
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  • A small Buddhist temple is surrounded by residential areas. Or rather, originally a field I would be better representation of swept land Temple and all was right in the middle of the rice and the correct.
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  • Front parking lot always crowded, but actually have parking on the East side
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  • A small Buddhist temple is surrounded by residential areas. Or rather, originally a field I would be better representation of swept land Temple and all was right in the middle of the rice and the correct.
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  • 40 along free parking is.
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  • 9/18/2014 visits no. 48 fudasho kiyotaki Mountain West Temple (due to ryuuzann be sure to planting) is Avalokiteśvara in Shingon sect, founder of the Buddhist Saint. 0/741 (741) founded the Buddhist Saint, Kobo Daishi and at 0/807 (807), 修shita Mystic. Destroyed by fire in years. Has been devastated, but gradually rebuilt from 0/1700 and 0/1843 (1842) the almost restored extended to the current figure of.
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