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A Disappearing Hidden Cultural Treasure

In the countryside, in a small town, on a small mountain is this special place. Everyone will agree... read more

Reviewed 21 December 2017
Chikagermany
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Essen, Germany
Tranquility

Words and pictures cannot portray the beauty and serenity of this place. The whole backdrop and... read more

Reviewed 24 March 2017
fidusmager
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Fukuoka, Japan
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21 Dec 2017
“A Disappearing Hidden Cultural Treasure”
23 Mar 2017
“Tranquility”
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Reviewed 21 December 2017

In the countryside, in a small town, on a small mountain is this special place. Everyone will agree (in Japanese) it's a really beautiful mountain, garden and temple. They make a traditional wooden toy here, a toy pheasant called Kiyomizu-Kijiguruma. There are only 2 craftsmen...More

Date of experience: December 2017
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Reviewed 24 March 2017 via mobile

Words and pictures cannot portray the beauty and serenity of this place. The whole backdrop and view is surreal-- not an electric pole or wire to be seen which is a rarety in Japan!!!!

Date of experience: March 2017
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Reviewed 12 April 2016

This temple is famous for it's location that is over a hanging cliff. The platform of the main hall being supported by 139 giant pillars.

Date of experience: April 2016
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Reviewed 19 November 2015

I've heard that this temple was a good spot to see Koyo so I decided to get there. The temple was on the mountain and I had to drive up there. There was no English sign there and it made it difficult to find the...More

Date of experience: November 2015
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Reviewed 1 September 2015 via mobile

A very nice touristy spot. Very hot in summer though. The path leading to the temple is lined with shops selling local foodstuff and souvenirs. The temple is built on a slightly elevated ground. I didn't get a chance to enter the worship halls but...More

Date of experience: August 2015
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Reviewed 2 May 2015 via mobile

The area is huge! Lots of places to rent kimonos, lots of places to buy souvenirs and shop around. The temple is amazing with a multi roof pagoda in the area. There are also multiple small shrines and monuments in that area, meaning you're able...More

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Reviewed 28 April 2015

I walked bout 10-15 mins to reach the temple from bus parking area, not so tired because many souvenir shops and food stop along the street. The weather was perfect to walk around the temple, windy but sunny. Inside the temple, had a wish-come-true water,...More

Date of experience: April 2015
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