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Address: 1824 Takatomachi Nishitakato, Ina 396-0211, Nagano Prefecture
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+81 265-94-2336

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dozens of buddha statues made with stone

In the town of Takatoo situated on a steep skirt of hills surrounding Mibu river, the Kempuku-ji temple is typical location. In the quiet background of downtown, we can reach the... read more

4 of 5 bubblesReviewed 28 October 2012
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 28 October 2012

In the town of Takatoo situated on a steep skirt of hills surrounding Mibu river, the Kempuku-ji temple is typical location. In the quiet background of downtown, we can reach the temple climbing stone stairs. From the both side of the stairs, dozens of buddha statues are looking down the visitors. Those statues made with stone are fine pieces also... More 

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