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Kenchū-ji Temple, Nagoya

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  • It is a temple of the Owari Tokugawa family mausoleum, the Temple of the Jodo sect located in Higashi-Ku, Nagoya-Shi tsutsui. Impressive and historically very interesting temple in Temple, Mikado, and Onarimon 400 years ago, is not ornate.
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  • Beautiful temple it has like a little "entrance" across the street. In a very quiet neighborhood especially at nights 
  • Beautiful crests of Hollyhock, is a land of the Tokugawa family. Order to close 5 pm admission is free but please you. As tourism cloth pond Church are within walking distance from here. I think as not of unpretentious, folksy shop, such as udon and donburi is also located around the.
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  • Of the Owari Tokugawa family Temple. 2 mitsutomo Sir built by Yoshinao, Nagoya Castle in the first publicly to mourn. Heading, on the right side of the Lords.
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  • In a very large temple, and Temple has been. As well as nokyo-Sho is better there.
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  • Jodo Tokai 36 fudoson 8-
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  • Lords of Owari-Tokugawa family Temple Buddhist
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