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Minoosan Ryuanji Temple, Mino

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Ryuanji is a temple, which is located in the halfway from Hankyu Mino station to Mino Waterfall. The temple itself is not something special, but its red bridge over a river is a nice spot for taking p...  more »
  • A very tranquil & beautiful place for contemplation & Prayer on route to the Waterfall, Buildings with lots of interesting features.  more »
  • We visited the place during the sakura season so the whole scenery is just like a beautiful painting to us  more »
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  • It's such a beautiful place. Well worth the effort to get there from the city.
  • Traditional sight
  • The temple atmosphere nice ~ ★
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  • Foliage season is crowded on the station parking lot waiting is hard. Motoyama shugen sect God great bodhisattva (gyoja) end-Sarasvati area take a look at to the birth place of Nara.
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  • White pheasant first year (650 years) wild flowers (I noen line) said the beginning of Minoh Temple, still, as a tribal faith fundamentally Dojo, from around the country gathered Shugendo, large Homa Memorial is annually 4 7.11-done. Benzaiten is enshrined in the main hall at the first Japan, and reportedly the oldest Enoshima, Biwa Lake bamboo raw Island Miyajima, is known as one of the Honshu-Shikoku bridges benzaiten. Also known as Temple of lotteries (lottery)
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