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Shinano Kokubunji Temple, Ueda

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  • Nara period, in Shinano province to nationalist government was put, Kokubunji Temple was built. Lotus pond bloom Festival, and is very lively.
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  • History is ancient history romance experience but remained the cornerstone. Area is across the highway is divided into two. It is recommended that is often overlooked, but see also "Gayo".
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  • Shinano Railway Shinano-Kokubunji station to the main roads in front of the station to the left there right Shinano-Kokubunji Temple entrance show in about 5 minutes. Gradual uphill walk from here and arrives at the Temple in about 5 minutes. From the gate of the temple with Temple and a respectable three-storied pagoda (important cultural property), quietly had a relatively narrow grounds. I am the one who did the worshippers. Who is care not to ruin both of temple and pagoda. Other than a special day seemed less visitors. At a glance: comprised of 741, Emperor Shomu English article erected, 939, burnt down by Taira masakado's rebellion (no ran) and the current building was rebuilt in the Edo period. Three-storied pagoda (important cultural property) is the oldest extant three-storied pagoda was built during the Muromachi period. On the siege of Sanada tossed the Tokugawa army twice, became the battle arena, said.
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