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

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