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Oya temple, Utsunomiya
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  • Like the previous reviews, I have met priest is really the worst. I was surprised that the chief priest at the feet of the goddess of mercy, not of that mind. It is up to worshipping the goddess of mercy should be calm, but gave up the admission priest pitiful behavior. On the occasion of the next. Come with 2 degrees and thought that a fine! In Kelo. Says, will never go. Not recommended.
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  • Taizan is a parking in front of the gate of the temple Otani, parking fees are not taken. Admission fee is 400 Yen for adults. Buddha is to be surrounded by buildings and cliffs. However the Buddha is not allowed to shoot. However a postcard depicting the Buddha get locally. Is it back to Gates paid the admission fee from seeing the Buddha, your right there are treasures, exhibits include the human skeletal remains of Jomon people in the garden and patted her head and snake. Seems like people, confused with the Otani Heiwa Kannon is another's. Just arrive soon on foot from the temple Otani.
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  • That Kobo Daishi made the vicinity of ohya stone, engraved natural stone wall gambit Kannon of considerable antiquity. Carved Buddha on the wall followed by said in the old days was painted red and gold. Such as natural rock wall carved almost without color deficiencies and irregularities is gone also the goddess of mercy, but it is often worth a look. Treasure Museum is located within the skeletons of the earliest Jomon period were amazed! Around 11,000 years ago, were unearthed from the Yakushi-ji Temple Otani 150 cm 20-year-old man had been buried, State exhibited in situ. Free parking in front of the temple and who to watch, so casual.
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