It was just ok for me, the structure wasn't anything spectacular, maybe because it was meant to be such but I would say the sand display was interesting. There weren't much to see going further from the pavilion itself. There was a souvenir shop inside that was just like the others, so for me, nothing special. The shops along the path leading to it weren't as many as those in Kiyomizudera temple also.
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