Daihonzan Soujiji Soin, Wajima

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Daihonzan Soujiji Soin is located in Wajima. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Daihonzan Soujiji Soin and many more Wajima attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Wajima road trip planner .
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  • Anything, that refers to the gate of the temple, lonely Street and gate community pharmacy that made us laugh. Certainly, include the main building, so sorry during the repair of the Noto is generally relaxed, so visitors must come from not more than not, guide and correct? The sunset was beautiful.
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  • Noto earthquake 10 years ago, now Temple is under renovation. There are announcements about that, however unlikely. Is found in the Web site. Because you want people to come do not want to provide Minas NATO also thought I should give the correct information. Here in addition to zuiryuji Temple of Takaoka-Shi, Shi zuisen temple under renovation at... It's going to go so far was disappointing.
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  • Full name located in the Noto Peninsula and is said the seorak mountain Chief Temple sojiji Temple of Buddhist temples. Around 1321, the open itself as Buddhist temples hōnen as isn't old, earlier than other has over 1000 years of history as "Kannon-do Temple, the temple is a Buddhist temples to feel even the ghostly atmosphere. This is the oldest Jain cloud Pavilion built by gyoki also said Dou. Is the perceiver in a very rare statues in the khakkhara Kannon Bodhisattva dhyana thinking signs, wearing robes.
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