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Gichu-ji Temple, Otsu
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  • I think haiku here-an anonymous and Sagano "falling persimmons Hall", Kanagawa, oiso resonant State Iori is known as the Japan three haikai Dojo, so you should visit when you can. Become a season including the banana plants, there are many grave and monument in a small tree and grass planted. Recently, ceiling paintings of JAKUCHU has become a hot topic, but here's what is a copy. It is interesting to see the staff of Basho in the Museum. Take look at 1 and can be seen in two hours.
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  • The temple originates in the tomb of Emperor kinmei died on this ground. He said at that time that was offering the Tomoe gozen. After Matsuo Basho enters this landscape I, had built the tomb for himself. Is provided in the national historic site.
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  • This is supposedly the final resting place of Japan's master haiku poet, Matsuo Basho, though it is rumored that Basho has several graves. Basho loved Lake Biwa and told his disciples that when he die...  more »
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  • * Only nokyo-sho 未拝観, Shiga Prefecture, Otsu City Baba temple in 1184, the 討死 in the OMI province near the Awazu sizheng Tokyo-Kiso yoshinaka that there in the crypt of Matsuo Basho was adores his other imperial tombs yoshinaka Kiso yoshinaka began in Soan for holding a service of Minamoto no yoshinaka mistress of Tomoe gozen was built here, in efforts of OMI patron Sasaki said, though monk Butterfly dreams and Tomoe and war rank among the names behind Japan's Miura Yoshikazu 🅿︎ of
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  • Is a small temple is I want perhaps yoshinaka next Basho clogged and 言い残し, and Tomoe gozen and alms at stuff he--Awazu people respectfully buried here and,-Minamoto no Yoritomo, said the outlaw--Kiso yoshinaka was not loved by the people who do
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