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Nariai-ji Temple, Miyazu

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  • I was looking to get away to a bit of nature with a view and took a walk up to Nariaji. If you are in good health and don't mind a walk, I wouldn't bother with the bus. There are a few nice spots to s...  more »
  • To get there, we had to climb quite a number of pretty steep steps and then we had to take a shuttle bus. But once we were there, I found the place rather deserted yet calm and safe. I enjoyed wanderi...  more »
  • If you are visiting the Amanohashidate region, it is highly recommended to try the Nariai-ji Temple and beyond. We were driving around the northern Kyoto, so we chose to drive up to the parking lot ne...  more »
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  • Best thing about the temple by far is its definitive view over the sandbar.
  • Good experience. There is a viewing observatory that you can see the sandbar
  • Pretty temple. perfect view on the amanohashidate.
  • Not everyone makes the journey up this far but the shrine is well worth it.
  • Make the climb up to the viewing platform after you've seen the shrine. Trust me.