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Obakusan Manpuku - ji Temple, Uji

#5 of 30 in Historic Sites in Uji
Religious Site · Tourist Spot
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  • On 1661, a Chinese monk, Ingen, open the temple. He used his mother temple’s name for the new temple in Japan. That is why style of the temple related with Chinese culture a lot. Specially, “Fucha....  more »
  • Just love this one! Far enough out of the way not to be swamped with tourists, the focal point of this large complex is the main hall with its Chinese style veranda and lounging, smiling, golden...  more »
  • A beautiful complex of temples and traditional houses. Best place to enjoy zen cuisine.
  • Huge temple. You can try "Zazen" or eat "Shojin" dishes.

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