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Hagurosan Five-Story Pagoda, Tsuruoka

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Hagurosan Five-Story Pagoda is located in Tsuruoka. Plan to see Hagurosan Five-Story Pagoda and other attractions that appeal to you using our Tsuruoka tourist route planner.
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  • A small road to the five-story pagoda was good to go. Along the way, and haguro high school students passing you polite, was impressed. Effeminate Toya Cedar roots stretched power and face up to the wooden five-storied pagoda. Wood was merge mysterious light through the trees. Tsuruoka atmosphere overwhelmed everyone cherished beliefs are also felt. My staff cannot go up to the top. Haguroyama and haguro high school students are proud of Tsuruoka maybe?.
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  • Aimed at the five-story pagoda from Mt. haguro sui kando and haguroyama's largest trees that old cedar and 1000 years old! With a base circumference of 10 m and can feel the history in the Northeast's oldest wooden building treasure Pagoda there, from sui kando of the Suginami 2446 stage seems to be climbing the stone stairs to the Summit arrive is in the snow where approach or not, totally in distress. From lol sui kando stone is hiding in the snow would have, it was steep. Lol winter mountain is dangerous. By the way at the Summit went by bus. You want to go to no snow this time.
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  • One of the three mountains of DEWA, is located in Mt. haguro five-story pagoda. Reportedly masakado shrine, sure isn't like the current tower was built in the northern and Southern dynasties is a thing. Frankly, so is in the mountains and access is bad. You must ride out to the gate and proceed from there along the mountain path. If you go by bus from Tsuruoka station on haguro mountain to take and get off at by his follower gate bus stop. Going down the gate to us there is a stepchild down a steep slope, the intact. Takes in going down a hill, flanked by us cross the vermilion Exorcist River shinkyo, will go and you will see a five-storied pagoda. The winter road was buried in snow, invisible stairs and just off the road and buried in snow until knee. Be careful. This five-story pagoda is so great, I thought, but I suggest I think that winter. Standing five-storied pagoda was dusted in snow-covered forest, feel the divinity rather than beautiful. Is simple and does not in the tower itself tremendous carved decoration, not be painted, but the appearance is terrible and beautiful. Absolutely worth to had a very hard time going. Seeing is believing is better than look, so, once in your own eyes have a look please.
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