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Hoonji Temple, Morioka

(4.6/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
Hoonji Temple is located in Morioka. To visit Hoonji Temple on your trip to Morioka, use our Morioka vacation planner.
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Reviews
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  • A bit of a trek to reach this temple but definitely worth the effort. This is a temple with a unique atmosphere, combining tranquility and a certain eeriness in equal measure. The kind elderly volunte...  more »
  • Nearly 60 years ago who I also 疎katta to sweet r Morioka tourism master young hardworking truck driver and the photos have been in the hobby, burn photos in the darkroom, will be working on no age though was that when I was young, I bought camera at that time at the gate of the Hou Temple photo white work wear in looked at pictures taken in front of a white man in Nice, the.
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  • Gohyakurakan there so I went. The gate of the temple is very good, I feel the history. Tells me to find someone similar, but each one slowly we didn't. There are still many faces, entranced in its own way. It was like in the temple there is a little bit far from the city, district and quiet atmosphere.
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  • Gohyakurakan Chapel is a little bit cold. But the good thing about it is!
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  • Temple of tenderness you feel Mr. Marvelously you must visit!
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  • Gohyakurakan just Humongous Humongous Temple in Western Japan, during a small show surprise. Better life once they saw it (^ _ ^)
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  • 住持很好客很可愛 羅漢堂內部莊嚴寂靜 存在各式各樣的羅漢像十分壯觀
  • It is good!
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