Hiraoka Shrine
Hiraoka Shrine
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Vickie155
Florissant, MO4 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2015 • Solo
I took the Kintetsu Nara train line that takes you right in front of the temple. If you are coming from Osaka as soon as you get off the train there is a tunnel that leads you under the tracks to the other side of the station. Which takes you right in front of the temple stairs.. A young lady showed me the way. This was my first temple visit so I did not have any expectation. Very relaxing atmosphere...very green. Just behind the temple are hiking trails. The gift shop sales staff speaks English which was very nice for me that is :). And of course there are vending machines on the street just before entering to get water and etc. I have no idea about the history, I went to look, take pictures, relax on a summer hot day in Hagishiosaka and hike a little. Enjoy!
Written 23 July 2015
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Marlene
44 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2016 • Family
amazing and beautiful place. Just wished they were a little more open to let people wear what they wanted (like gloves) and not so obsessed about where you step (even with a stroller).
Written 7 October 2016
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Camper09141911250
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1.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2024 • Solo
I visited on January 4th as part of a pilgrimage to Shinto and Buddhist sacred sites. Apparently, goshuin stamps are only available in written form.
Even though it says that goshuin stamps are only available in written form at Shinto and Buddhist sacred sites, they always write "This is a Shinto and Buddhist sacred site, thank you for your hard work," so I asked if I could get one, but was refused by a young woman who introduced herself as "a superior" and was rude and arrogant.  
Even if she was going to refuse, surely there was a better way to say it?
I spent over two hours there, but left feeling bad. I never want to go there again.
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Written 4 January 2024
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