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Jōraku-ji Temple, Ueda

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  • The temple is from 825 founded 1,200 years old. The main hall of the thatched roof. Great picture of the ceiling of the main hall.   Photography is prohibited inside the main building, so please refer HP Temple ceiling picture. In the garden's pines of the 350-year-old Mifune (mifunenomatsu). This is a tree and is incredibly wide pine. Blooming water lilies in a pond next to, while seemingly sober note at the temple and compound stone two-storied pagoda in addition to attractions.
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  • Joraku-ji Temple's Gohonzon is the Amida Buddha. Ago the temple brightly furnished, staff of the 350-year-old pine tree a dazzling. Walk behind the main hall and in the Cedar stone group will appear. Northerly kanzeon bosatsu was dedicated to "stone-ro' takes the field to. Both sides are "stone-in-Tower". Landscape calm had spread.
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  • If I went to Anraku-ji Temple after the joraku-ji Temple in go, you better. Hey sexy joraku-ji Temple is the only thatched-roof Temple and not very strong, so you'll end up with.... I was just so.
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  • Went by rental car. Beautiful traditional Japanese buildings and shrines. Nice tea houses and restaurants so can spend a day here and can get lost so take your time. Lots of hills and stairs. Worth the visit.
  • Temple area travels northerly Kannon your advent advent and ascended to the thatched roof of the main building and ask to pray better. (Admission fee required) think a better look bear colored paintings of the coffered ceiling, transom, paintings, etc. Two-storied Stone Pagoda in the Temple back France respect bordered.
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  • Main hall thatched roof was history. I think it is worth visiting are people fewer and had.
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  • Anraku-ji Temple and thatched roof Temple, Buddhist temple in Nagano is this a standard? It was very clean. So just the highlights grow out a little feel.
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  • Was in the grave of the old form at the back of
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From contemporary business hotels to traditional Japanese lodgings, the spectrum of accommodations on offer in Ueda is broad. For an authentic Japanese experience, consider a stay in one of the many classical Edo-period ryokans. If you're looking for something without the frills, explore the area surrounding the central station, where numerous modern high-rise hotels provide convenient access to Ueda's attractions and commercial district.
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