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Oya temple, Utsunomiya

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Reviews
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  • Bigger than I thought and I was surprised. I wonder if you can land a lot of stones, because. Can a square like, see how big Kannon.
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  • Then by that world's oldest statues, Heian period carved into the rock face Kobo Daishi, with statue of Amida Sanson and Yakushi, the Buddha triads are designated important cultural properties of Japan's first national historic double. Photography is prohibited, burning eyes. Benten Hall is a white snake on the back side of the temple and a beautiful garden expands to stroll and feel good.
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  • Otani Heiwa Kannon is a temple Otani (ohya Kannon) so caution is required. Very unusual Temple was built using the cliff dwellings of the ancient temple Otani is so wrapped up in a cave. Buddha carved in natural rock wall into a mysterious hole was 10. Everything is and the nationally designated important cultural properties.
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  • Bando 33 No. 19 Temple. Haddock's ohya Kannon. Gohonzon is the senju Kannon bosatsu. Temple admission fee is ¥ 300 for adults, ¥ 70 elementary school students. Opening hours from April 10, 8:30 5:00 PM is from the from 11 / 3 / 9:00 is from the 4:30 PM.
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