Chapter 363: Suizenji Garden Shrine

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This is the shrine located on the Suizenji Grounds. I felt pretty much like a small doll walking around in a perfectly built world. The shrine was beautiful with great wooden architect and the view is spectacular. Just on the other side of the waters, the shrine features a wish plaque, little stone statues which reminds me of Okinawa. Stone engraving, flags and a temizuya. I don’t think my camera did the scenary any justice, it looks so much more beautiful and refreshing in real-life.

—Tofu

5 thoughts on “Chapter 363: Suizenji Garden Shrine

  1. Suizenji Garden and the beautiful shrine are adorably ‘Japanese’ It’s what us foreigners dream, when we dream of Japan. Well worth the trip all the way down to the South of Kyushu. Lovely photos Tofu-chan!

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