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Ryozenji Temple, Naruto
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  • 1 Temple Shikoku pilgrimage. Including our will if order of normal concrete, it begins to strike from sacred sites here, but this year, leap year so blessings twice than usual and the cast is in, and visit from No. 88-temple Univ Kubodera's harvest is here for 1-Pilgrim spirits yamadera, learnt lots. Later heads to Mt. koya Mangan fulfillment.
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  • As the 1st Temple of my Henro Pilgrimage it holds a special place in my heart. Just a short walk from Bando train station. There are 2 stores where you can buy Henro gear. Its a beautiful temple. 
  •  Pilgrimages by car starting from May to October, I finally reached the fudasho. There were though because the car turned into a fun journey so far reminded me of resurrection thought deep things.  If you the Shikoku-henro pilgrimage walk "now I can say it-" do not. Today is cloudy at first seemed blessing us by crossing the finish line was empty, but more and more blue sky spreads a Grand stamp rally (rude).  A fantastic spectacle has spread even in the glorious temple he wrote for entering and lump (a feel of what did you mean harvest may be). You could bask in the feeling of accomplishment and the Deva is also the history feel the hustle and bustle of your buddies have many affinity. Was not only the highest point is just this temple is difficult to evaluate.
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