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A very accessible place. Quite pleasant if you’re looking for a place to meditate and relax. Go there early morning or after 4pm not too many people and lots of places to sit and appreciate the fresh air and water. You can also do the...More
This temple is part of the Shingon sect of Buddhism and has ties with Kobo Daishi, the great Buddhist saint. There are lovely ponds, small shrines and an okunoin or graveyard that mirrors Kobo Daishi's resting place in Koyasan. It's quite easy to get to...More
Beautiful location out of Tokyo's CBD, buddhist temple common for locals to go in the beginning of year, for celebrate hatsumode. Moreover, popular for yakuyoke. Usually people bring back the previous ofuda, in order to get new one after monk's celebration. There is also nice...More
Sojiji temple is one of its kind, the walk towards it is beautiful and you get to learn more about the Japanese culture. It gets pretty packed for new years and its famous within the locals as not many travellers know about it being far...More