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A very old and major temple located at the end of the osu shopping street. Lots of photo opportunities. Strangely there are a lot of pigeons here (which is uncommon as crows seem to be the common birds in this part of japan), which gives...More
The temple was very nice and a good stop either before or after shopping at Osu shopping street. The temple is very picturesque and provided another glimpse of the unique Japanese culture. It costs nothing but the time and memories are worthwhile if you're in...More
The Antique swap meet falls on the 18th and 28 th of each month! It was cool to see the various vendors selling their goods! Got luck and got some Kikaida and Kamen Rider photos. Bought a 70s toy tin gun that still shoots sparks!...More
We came here by accident as the taxi driver drop us here when we wanted to go to Osu Shopping Street.
One of the many typical Temple in Japan. This is a small one. You can pay this a visit before proceeding to Osu Shopping...More
This is a good short stop-over for Kannon followers and temple architecture fans. A well-known worship place for the locals. The shopping arcade next to it hosts merchants selling local handcraft merchandises and local delicacies.
It is a temple dedicated to Kannon, a bodhisattva also known as the Goddess of Mercy. The temple is easily accessible by subway and there is a bustling shopping street next to the temple. The temple itself is great for watching people and admiring traditional...More
This is perhaps one of Nagoya's oldest temples and it shows. The temple needs some upkeep and restoration. The painting of the exterior is faded and the surroundings is not very clean. In contrast, the inside of the temple is beautiful in gold color!
The temple is OK, hidden among modern buildings. Regardless, it maintains some level of spirituality and intimacy. Very close to it I found another very intimate place (not rated on TripAdvisor though). Fuji Sengen Shrine. Very very nice! Worth the quick extra walk through the...More