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Bitchūkokubun-ji Temple, Soja

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  • The solitary existence of this five-storey pagoda in the midst of flowering field is quite a photogenic sight, and it attracts many local photographers. Visitors to Japan, who have seen impressive Bud...  more »
  • A bit off the beaten path for most tourists, but an important site for locals. There is a lot of history in this area!  more »
  • The temple located in the countryside, and nostalgia. But building for townscape protection around the temple is I miss. Five-storied pagoda, history and have a heavy feeling.
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  • Can be reached via the bicycle trail. Beautiful bike paths and nice buildings inside.
  • Very nice temple grounds for taking a small walk and has the largest pagoda in Okayama prefecture.
  • The cycling course will take you through this, highly recommended!
  • Five-story pagoda and stunning countryside views. Come in any season hearts healed, Japan scenery. Is the home of my heart, I want this forever.
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  • This is the Kokubunji Temple was rebuilt during the Edo period. Sightseeing volunteer guides who gave the five-story pagoda and commentary. Astragalus field extends around the temple become a so-called screen I felt.
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