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Hase-dera is also nicknamed a flower 's temple, so it came to be called so because flowers do not go through throughout the year like cherry blossoms, peony, hydrangeas, autumn leaves in autumn. As I go through the mountain gate, I climb a long...more
Please pay a visit to this temple if you would like to explore more of Nara. Is much less crowded compare to those temples in Nara or Kyoto. Visited in spring and although passed the cherry blossom peak season, is still lovely. If is a...More
We were lucky that we have a friend who lives near this temple. He picked us up at the railway station and we had a quick drive here. This temple is not really a big tourist destination yet although it was popular with the Japanese...More
Although I was taught there as "A spot where I can feel its fascination even on rainy days", the fascination of the temple was above my imagination. Many buildings in the precincts are made of wood, some constructions have been over 100...More
Hasedara Temple is a bit of a train ride from Nara but well worth it if you like to get off the well-worn tourist trail.
It is a spiritual pilgrimage site so popular with devout Buddhists, not so much with tourists. The adjacent town is...More
We visited last week.There was no cherry tree except one tree behind
main-hall.This area's person says April25~May10 period is the peony
blossoms at their best and most crowded.
Kintetsu express(kyuu-kou) doesn't stop at Hasedera station.Semi
express(junkyu) is OK.
If you take a taxi from HASEDERA...More
The temple is said tone a temple of flowers. I came here in February to find there is not so many flowers but still I love here.
The temple is not so crowded as in Kyoto, which makes it cozy
I love the view from...More
I have visited this site on nearly every one of my last 10 visits and it never ceases to amaze me. The main entrance and stair case are highly memorable as well as the main hall. If you enjoy lanterns you can see some cool...More