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Nyoiji Temple, Kobe

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  • You can seal it. Akashi Nishi Kannon Sacred Sites Sunaniuchi Kobe Juso sacred Sites No. III (BUNSEIBODHISATTVA) there is a free parking space. The road is quite narrow, so you need to be careful. Shingon-On-A-ga-ya-uta-infect ratio like Kanayama heart made an embodiment temple or principal image Jizo Bodhisattva
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  • Precincts free. The inside of the tower is usually private for security measures. If you wish to visit, please make a reservation and admission fee 300 yen. Before the war, the old Akashi County, Kobe City Tarumi Ward after the war, then, along with the new town development, became the West District. I went to JR Akashi station by a route bus until the municipal subway was possible, and took a new rapid train and went out to Sannomiya. The promenade across the street is a little old road in New town development. The construction of the road and the interchange continues now, and it might become easy to access it in the future. In the past, the mountains and precincts were covered with pine trees, but around 1975, they all withered by the pine blight disease. It recovered gradually now, and the appearance of the pine tree came to be seen though there were a lot of miscellaneous trees. The sunny precincts are covered with wild turf called Oisiba. The tomb of the Heike is enshrined in the third Valley (Ms. Mitou), the two-group treasure 亮h Mark Tower in front of Tsunigado is that it has nothing to do with the tomb of Heike. The temple territory including the forest was lost by the farmland liberating in the Meiji era. The cultivated land around the temple was preserved and maintained by the cultivators, but it was developed in the 1960s and the wind was broken.
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