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We got lost trying to find the start of the hike. Eventually we found the start of the hike. It was a lot of fun! Nothing difficult. At the top we made it to the large Buddha with many other mini Buddhas. The view was...More
Getting to this temple complex by car from Tokyo will run about 13000 yen in tolls for the round trip and it is a three hour drive without hitting any traffic snags. The ride will take you over and through a huge bridge and tunnel...More
“Nihon-Ji” is a sacred area with a ruin of old Buddhism temples, entitled as “Japanese Temple”. This area is located at a cliff beside Tokyo bay. You can see two big (really big) stone statues of Buddhism build at on-site and numerous small stone figures....More
If you are feeling energetic walk from Hama-Kanaya station maps available at the station and walk up. The scenery is fabulous although make sure you wear comfy shoes. The whole thing will take a couple of hours to enjoy all the attractions. A fun day...More
Kyonan Awa District, Chiba Prefecture Japan, its easy to travel to by bus, car, or train. Its the Largest Statues of the Buddha Daibutsu in Japan. Entrance Fee Adults 600 yen Children 400 yen. Visiting this temple is not for the faint of heart that...More
This is a true "day trip" from Tokyo to Chiba Prefecture. I have made this trip at least 4 times in my many visits to Tokyo. My preferred itinerary is to:
1) Depart Tokyo Station on the Sazanami Train to Hamakanaya Station
2) From Hamakanaya...More
I suggest that you wore comfy shoes if you want to go see Japan's largest Buddha
every sweat,and every step you will take just to see it,is totally worth it.
you will literally feel and capture the holiness of the place.What it represents and how...More
This a great monument and a place of quiet reflection away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Unfortunately, it is difficult to get there without a car. The best way is to go by train from Chiba Station to Hama-Kanaya Station. The station...More