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This much-photographed red footbridge is located at the sacred spot where Shōdō Shōnin was said to have been carried across the Daiya...
In the temple grounds, this museum has a splendid collection of temple artefacts, sculptures and scrolls. Admission to Hōmotsu-den...
The main hall of the temple Rinnō-ji houses a trio of 8m gilded wooden Buddha statues: Amida Nyorai (a primal deity in the Mahayana...
In business since 1804, this teahouse specialises in manju (bean-jam buns) and other traditional sweets; look for the green-and-white...
A young dedicated couple dish up lovingly prepared tasty vegan Japanese meals in this former art shop with an amazing painting on its...
597-2 Gokō-machi · interesting places nearby
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A popular choice for cheap and easy grill-your-own meals. Look for the small parking lot and red-brown-green-and-white Japanese sign.