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This starts off with a stop at the temple in front of the fireworks museum. Make sure to go in and pay respects to their temple and enjoy the sights. Once your done there walk around the back side and visit the fireworks museum. Spend...More
If you're interested in fireworks, mostly it's history, it would be well worth your time when you're in the area. There's also a nearby temple with a large incense burning area and there was a festival of some sort the evening we were there.