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Yūten-ji Temple, Meguro

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  • Yutneji Temple was the very first neighbourhood temple that I visited when I first came to Japan, and as such, holds a special place in my heart. The first day I visited, I was lucky enough to play wi...  more »
  • Nice relaxing local temple. Not worth a special trip for but worth a visit if in the neighbourhood. Great at festival time they also have a special kids festival in the summer which is good for the yo...  more »
  • Heavens person to celebrate the 300 years distant, heavens person exhibition 5/13-was held on the 15th day. We decided to go in that crowd is expected during the period. 13.15, exhibits treasures from yutenji Temple researchers. Admission is free. And determine and car entrance and walk on the sidewalk from the gohongi so pedestrian from here is I cannot enter, entered from the front gate. Go through the Niomon gate. Passed the tent and into the plastic brochure, put luggage tags and tag. Will the questionnaire in bags. Without the Buddha Hall on the first floor in the treasure room key, just to accommodate the umbrella stand. Take off your shoes and slippers on. Many exhibits have had no idea. Outside the tent, but is supposed to drink tea as a resting place and closed down table, nobody does. The Asahi Shimbun and the Japan economic newspaper office. We found and put some pedestrians from the vehicle entrance. Because it wanted to go to the bus stop called yutenji 寺裏 terauchi to directly out not like out of the side and was eventually walk until natural park under the bus.
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  • Is famous for in the name of the station of Tokyu, this is original. Is a temple of the monk of Jodo sect was active in the age of the Shogun tsunayoshi Tokugawa ienobu Edo, and, heavens person Yukari. And got some amazing plan, conveys the brows of the Edo period.
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  • Praising the virtues of heavens person FanBooks was famous during the Edo period built by his disciples, sea, Buddhist temples in Japan and in the main hall of heavens person painted wooden easy that is. Connection with the Tokugawa tsunayoshi, counselor, etc. strongly Temple, Deva for donation of Tokugawa AOI Crest remains. In the spring of cherry blossoms and temples a beautiful contrast.
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  • Large temple. The busiest during the summer on the road with people much. Walks, spacious and comfortable.
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  • In 1723, built yutenji Temple formally. Instrumental, sea to fulfill the wishes of heavens person had died.
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