A great place to visit. Open for tours the second and fourth Sundays of the month or by appointment. 88 shrines constructed on a path winding up a steep hillside on a site that was sacred to many different religions and was restored by volunteers. Recent groundbreaking for a Hall of Compassion--it should be finished soon--seems to have magnified the energy and there are more and more stories of healing and pain relief being reported. a terrific experience!
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