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Address: Iwaki, Iwaki 973-8405, Fukushima Prefecture
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願成寺の白水阿弥陀堂 [磐城] Shiramizu-Amidadō and Ganjō-ji (Iwaki)

1160年(永暦元年)に完成した白水阿弥陀堂。願成寺の国宝。855年前に染めた木造でまだ色の跡が見える。阿弥陀堂に入ってる木造像も庭も凄い。このアルバムに願成寺、常盤神社や内郷って町の色々な写真など入ってる。 Has it been 855 years already? Amidadō at Ganjō-ji was constructed in... read more

5 of 5 starsReviewed April 21, 2016
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed April 21, 2016

1160年(永暦元年)に完成した白水阿弥陀堂。願成寺の国宝。855年前に染めた木造でまだ色の跡が見える。阿弥陀堂に入ってる木造像も庭も凄い。このアルバムに願成寺、常盤神社や内郷って町の色々な写真など入ってる。 Has it been 855 years already? Amidadō at Ganjō-ji was constructed in 1160. It is a national treasure of Japan, which is to say one of the most precious of Japan’s tangible cultural assets. For a wooden structure, the hall is incredibly ancient. Inside there are also wooden statues. Some colour remains on the columns and walls, once depicting... More 

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5 of 5 stars Reviewed December 13, 2015

Shiramizu Amidado is a hidden beauty when it comes to Japanese local Temple. Especially when it is lighted in leaf changing season in November this place is magic, and 100% recommendation for couples. The Temple itself is one of the oldest in Fukushima and definitely worth a visit even if you are only passing Iwaki on the Highway. Try to... More 

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