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Kannami Buddha Statues Museummuse reviews
TThis is a small museum with a collection of Buddhist statues dating from the 13th century and older. There is just one room of statues displayed impeccably. The statues were hidden by the local... more »
I was interested in the story of my father and sister. The family of the Kuwahara who lives here is exhibited the Buddha image which has been defended for many years. I am also Kuwahara, but my parents are from Kyushu, so there is no direct relationship, but I feel some strange edge, I courted about 10 times. Every time, I have to explain to the staff of the different volunteers, but we are talking about the same thing, from the difference in the angle of the viewpoint of their sensitivity and perspective, every time, we can learn new things, I have a fresh feeling. I like any Buddhist image, but it is Amida Buddha who opens the door and the foot automatically heads. They are youthful, dignified and always fascinated by their wonderful faces. What I like specially is Yakushi-Buddha. It is made in the Heian period and you can see the annual ring clearly and see 360 degrees as a dopsiri. I feel very happy when I sit in the front chair and let me watch it. The admission fee is also conscientious because it is operated by Kannami Town. Next to the receptionist is a glass magnet and a small tightly a Yakushi Buddha-like (? I put the magnet on the shelf, put the water every day, and fit the hand. I would like you to come and see the Buddha statues that carefully and carefully protect the age of Hai Shac.
The buckwheat noodles were treats at the public hall next door immediately. It was delicious for 500 yen with the dish. The vegetables were sold at cheap, and I bought the radish and the leek for 100 yen each, and Yuzu was received for free. Thank you for the kindness of the local ladies and women who come to see the museum. The museum is a surprise to the flowers of Casablanca when entering the entrance. It is kindness of the first director of anything. We introduced volunteers and took them to the guide. That's great! The twelve generals around Yakushi-Nyorai, the magnitude is defeated in Shin Yakushiji, but is surprised by the vivid expression. And I thought it was an awe-inspiring and rural museum, but it was worth it to come to see it. When I came back, I walked around the garden, but I was surprised at the flower arrangement which cut a large plum branch. When the shiraume of the standing tree blooms, I thought that it was good to visit again. Thank you for your local community. Thank you very much.
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