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Tenryū Shiseizen-ji

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Hina
Hina
March 10, 2016
Tenyru-ji is a major temple of the Rinzai School. It was built in 1339 on the former site of Emperor Go-Daigo's villa after a priest dreamt of a dragon rising from the nearby river.
Takehiko
Takehiko
January 14, 2016
Zen Temple in the Arashiyama district. From Kyoto Station Taxi 35 minutes Train 30 minutes

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Location
Eiheiji, Fukui Prefecture 910-1133
Phone0776-61-0471