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Ruriko Temple Five-Story Pagoda, Yamaguchi
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A masterpiece of architecture and a symbol of Yamaguchi, Ruriko Temple Five-Story Pagoda competes with most impressive traditional buildings in Japan. With the distinguished gentle slopes of its wide overhanging roof, it stands 31 m tall (102 ft) on a river bank at the foot of a hill amid lush greenery. Built in 1442, the pagoda overlooks a carp pond. Inside the temple, which was moved here in 1690, you can see models of the 50-plus five-storied pagodas found across Japan. The site, a five minute walk from Kencho-mae bus station and a five minute bus ride from Yamaguchi, makes a great place to take photos. Plan your visit to Ruriko Temple Five-Story Pagoda and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Yamaguchi itinerary planner.
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  • It was where I'd Yamaguchi is frequently visited, though always porch. Finally good to see. From time to time into pilgrims less parking because it was on the day of week, felt history spread out quiet and solemn atmosphere. Cemetery goals five-story pagoda is national treasure was lined Ouchi's Lords of dignified silence in solemn, some lost time. Whats the rest the mind.
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  • National treasure was surrounded by ponds and views over the green mountains in all aspects, such as works of art, five-storied pagoda is situated in the very beautiful thought. As a spectacle not forget can state dazzling blue color above all Kawasemi to plunge into the pond to see as it happens even now feel impression deeply.
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  • Beautiful place, I want to visit this place again but in different seasons. Not too far from Yamaguchi Station. It takes about 40 minutes for walking.