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Joruri Temple

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Address: 40 Ofudaba Kamochonishi, Kizugawa 619-1135, Kyoto Prefecture
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Small temple I tranquil setting. The entry fee is Y300. The main hall has 9 Buddhist statues dating to 12th century, considered National Treasure. There's a miniature shrine with... read more

Reviewed 8 November 2013
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Reviewed 8 November 2013

Small temple I tranquil setting. The entry fee is Y300. The main hall has 9 Buddhist statues dating to 12th century, considered National Treasure. There's a miniature shrine with a hidden statue of a goddess of harvest, it's on view 3 times a year. A nice pagoda across the pond

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