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...if you want some peace, away from the crowds. Fabulous statues of Tengu. A must see for Tengu and Yokai aficionados. As for goshuin, avoid the skinny guy, who writes the sloppiest goshuin with a blunt brush.
On your way up via trail number 1 (and possibly trail number 3 as well) you will pass this Temple complex for sure. It's really a fine looking complex with a lot of activity taking place there. It's really worth a further looking around there...More
Traditional red temple at Mt. Takao. Statues of the gods, one with a long nose (Big Tengu) and one with a crow beak (Small Tengu), can be found at the temple. People come here to pray to them for good luck.
The woodwork and the paintings on the outside were gorgeous. If facing the front of the shrine, there is a cool looking Inari shrine to the left. Came down from Takao late so made it to the shrine before it closed around 1500. Want to...More
The Buddhist temple located on the trail to the top of Mt. Takao, and near the cable car station so usually people come to there to pray by the cable car. It was established in 744. The praying pavillion was chic design, but the gate...More