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Seiken-ji Temple, Shizuoka
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  • It is to represent this area was protecting the Tokugawa family and a public role, he was responsible for the temple. Gohyakurakan and stunning gardens, building deeper flavor, there's lots. This is the old Tokaido road.
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  • Is a Buddhist temple located in okitsu. Entrance is 2 streets, was a car or walk how it can pass. JR Tokaido line train from the top of the bridge in the Middle Temple in the normal and still no go! Also environment increasingly planted in beautiful Lotus. Relaxed atmosphere. Also in the building opposite the entrance of priest? The sculpture was. Eye and a little scary (laughs)
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  • Because Fuji from old country 1 bypass to go down the elevated road, along the old road at the entrance to parking lot there is to park there and across the Tokaido main line, you can visit the Kiyomi Temple. Treasure House is paid, but buildings and buildings such as the Bell Tower is worth a look. Every year, on new year's day to visit with my family.
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  • Special place. Young Tokugawa studied here. Easy access from Okitsu Station. One of my favorite places in Japan.
  • Basho haiku monument in Shimizu-Ku, Shizuoka Kiyomi Temple garden. Far West Hare, you without fall-style backyard [purity] of can't be used as a bridge, looking at the face of the monument. In the main hall monument photos (taken during the garden repairs? ) Is displayed. The monument is now used as a bridge over the pond and placed with the reverse side upward (we cannot see the front side where the poem is inscribed). Literary monument of chogyu Takayama, Ono shrine also located within the area. Kiyomi Temple is on a hill overlooking kiyomigata, once a good view of where it was, down the industrial zone for the landfill today, has become. Once the Yamato Imperial Court [emishi] to the [Kiyomi about] put.
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  • Hidden spots. History and. It is that attention to its history.
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  • Because it had been written and should ring a bell ringing, I come I is definitely ink in nokyo-sho book ring three times, finally came out
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  • Garden in the instruction of Ieyasu. The Temple of Korea communication use.
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