Chapter 218: The Beauty of Hase-dera Temple (Golden & the 100’s of Stone Statues)

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Hase-dera Temple is pack full of beautiful scenery. Fascinating sculptures from Devine to kinda cute. The hundreds of stone carved statues were something I’ve never seen before and came across as a surprise. Bamboo paths, ponds and peacefulness. There’s also the golden statues, the grand bell, big buddhas footprint, and so much more. There’s also a picnic area where you can relax with some local food and enjoy the scenery.

—Tofu

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