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Literally an “outstanding” site/sight, but the “understanding” of its significance calls for some historical knowledge

The solitary existence of this five-storey pagoda in the midst of flowering field is quite a... read more

Reviewed 14 May 2015
kobekko
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Kobe
Edo era pagoda!

A bit off the beaten path for most tourists, but an important site for locals. There is a lot of... read more

Reviewed 20 January 2012
Maneki-neko
,
Kurashiki, Japan
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13 May 2015
“Literally an “outstanding” site/sight, but the “understanding” of its significance calls for some historical knowledge”
20 Jan 2012
“Edo era pagoda!”
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Reviewed 14 May 2015

The solitary existence of this five-storey pagoda in the midst of flowering field is quite a photogenic sight, and it attracts many local photographers. Visitors to Japan, who have seen impressive Buddhist temple complexes in Kyoto or Nara, may wonder why this pagoda is standing...More

5  Thank kobekko
Reviewed 20 January 2012

A bit off the beaten path for most tourists, but an important site for locals. There is a lot of history in this area!

1  Thank Maneki-neko
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