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Located aside de Daiyagawa river. Statues in stone, set in row of about 100 meters long. Each one of the statues has its own history and meaning. Statues face the river and are across the Botanical Garden of Nikko. There is a curious story that...More
These 74 jizo statues are called the ghost jizo, because supposedly you can never count how many are there, because once you get to the end and count back, some jizo disappear and the number will change.
Carved between 1536-1643 by the disciples of Tenkai,...More
Not so popular with the tourists, this spot is perfect for a walk among wonders of nature. Located near botanical garden, the Abyss creates a path of 70 Jizo statues - amazing view. You can sit near them and enjoy the view of the spring....More