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    • Motsu-ji Temple
      Special Historical Site and Special Place of Scenic Beauty The garden represents the Pure Land Buddhist world and beauty of Japan. The temple garden of Motsu-ji has been doubly recognized as a Special Historic Site and Special Place of Scenic Beauty, a tribute to its extraordinary cultural value. The temple itself, like Chuson-ji, is said to have been established in 850 by Ennin (Jikaku Daishi, third head abbot of the Tendai sect.) Building began here in the twelfth century, during the time of Fujiwara no Motohira, and was completed by his son, Hidehira. At its peak, Motsu-ji was home to more than forty halls and pagodas, and more than five hundred monks' quarters. Its main hall, Enryu-ji, was considered "without peer in all the land" by medieval sources. The garden is centered on a pond known as Oizumigaike, an exemplar of the elegance of Heian era gardening technique.
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    • Koiwai Farm
      It is Japan's largest private farm, 3,000 hectare(7,200 acre),just around 2 hour's bullet train north of Tokyo,and 2 hour's drive west of Sendai. KOIWAI; working dairy and forestry Farm features beautiful wildlife conservation area that is preserved just as nature and dairy living heritage villages. You'll meet tremendous of natural beauty activities, with trekking along the preserved wilderness area and park rangers'guided forestry wild tractor adventure tour. Our collection of historic 18th-19th century dairy farmers buildings, silos are dotted with, and it is also oldest living dairy heritage site in Japan. This dairy village tours provide a basis for ideas and traditions dairy product in our country that help inform what/how we are.
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