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This really is a must-visit attraction in my opinion. It is easy to find, only a two minute walk away from Sengoku bus stop. The temple has been there since 1356, and the numerous statues are each meant to represent a monk who lived and...More
This Buddhist temple and surrounding area are both real treasures! We didn’t let the rain keep us from reveling in the artistic beauty of 200 carved statues on a mossy hillside. The mystic conditions made the experience that much more memorable! Do not miss this...More
I learnt about this temple from Japan guide and the many statues of Buddha appealed to me .
I caught the bus to the Sengoku bus stop which is very nearby.Unfortunately there is no English signage.I had a Japanese friend with me.
The temple is...More
This is a very nice and calm place in the forest, just a short walk from the nearest bus stop.
Actually we came to see all those little statues. We liked it very much.
But the most beautiful thing is the stairway ! From certain...More
This is one of the unique place in japan to visit. Here you can feel the cold windy weather. Travellers are requested to carry own dresses to avoid cold wind. As you walk you experience the pungent smokey weather which can be intolerable. This is...More
I found the Buddhism temple in Google Map near my hotel in Sengokuhara because it had a traditional Chinese name Chang'an (it's read as Choanji in Japanese but written as same kanji/character in both Chinese and Japanese). I'm...More