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Chokozan Shoutaiji, Odawara

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  • Went to watch in full bloom when the weeping cherry tree is famous for. (The weather was partly cloudy) will be parked at the parking lot of the temple. On Monday I went was a free day. It seems when you pay 1000 yen. From the thatched roof of the temple is nice, but the weeping cherry tree of the main car up a steep climb about 20 minutes. Really steep so good athletic shoes. I climbed up the now 3-year-old daughter. Value climb 20 minutes because it was in full bloom just was. Otherwise I wouldn't want to ban it is. Snacks can be taken in Cherry. Distance from the parking lot to the cherry and difficult, especially without highlights other 1 hour and 1 hour and a half I thought to finish the degree in that parking lot 1000 yen high. 500 yen is valid. Now sunny day I want to go with.
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  • it took us 32 min to get there from Odawara Station, but there is nothing to see at the temple, few statutes and then climbing stairs just to find nothing on the top  more »
  • Looking for old houses remain on the old Tokaido road and walked. It is found in the Middle Temple. Visit out of season because it was quiet. Just inside the gate is small, thatched temple with eyes. Recently, the thatched roof to just want to get fit. Another weeping cherry tree it's famous. It's cherry blossom season should go to, I thought.
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