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Ma Zhu Miao, Yokohama

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  • This is the largest temple in Yokohama’s Chinatown and it is definitely worth a visit. Photography is allowed. It’s quite colourful especially in the evening when the lights are turned on.  more »
  • The Mazu Miao or Mazu Temple or Masabyo (that's a lot of names) is a temple dedicated to Chinese goddess or the princess of heaven. The temple is very recognisable through the huge blue gate and inter...  more »
  • Utilityindustry-South City law from Tin Hau Temple established Yokohama masobyo and the mausoleum opened in 2006. The Taoist goddess Mazu is enshrined. Mazu as the guardian deity of the sea; People of overseas Chinese who live in foreign countries, without a special liking. And pass through the gate of the vibrant décor is luxurious octagonal mausoleum Temple in front of the eyes. Under the red lanterns hanging from the local people are enjoying the Tai Chi. Recreation area and also in the ethos of this space. It's a pleasant breeze blowing, nothing fresh.
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