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Anrakuji Temple, Ueda

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  • August 15, 2017
    拝めmasu is a national treasure called from Kamakura to Muromachi built octagonal triple Tower. Great pagoda and quaint hute Shima. In the morning visit is recommended.
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  • August 1, 2017
    It is a famous national treasure octagonal triple Tower temples. When you visited the grounds well maintained was blooming Lotus and platycodon grandiflorum a. DC. To pray because it is surrounded by woods and forest. But you can walk from North of sneakers walking shoes is good. There is also parking. Climb the stairs in just a few minutes walk away from the side of the main temple octagonal triple Tower. Tower admission is subject to charges. Stacking of timber and the roof is beautiful.
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  • July 23, 2017
    Unusual octagonal tower. At saidai-ji Temple of Nara until the middle in octagonal tower construction effort is was what the city was moved unfinished in Kyoto seems this is cubby while Maria remained in the completed form it is a miracle. Datong Buddha miyadera and this is in existence a rare octagonal tower. Stands in the narrow, mountainous, the difficulty in taking a picture. A wide angle lens ready!
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