我们来这里是为了见尼特舍克在日本最古老的。 如果你是做同样的, 一定要去看一个图片最古老的书中或在线尼特舍克 - 有几个钟楼在复杂的和你想一定要去看看那个正确的酒店。
We really liked this temple which we had almost entirely to ourselves - quite a contrast after the crowds at the Tenmangu Shrine. As at the other temples around Dazaifu, ancient and gnarled trees plus patches of colorful koyo graced...the temple grounds.
A large hall - Kaidanin - had raked sand with yet another bell tower nearby. We learned that Kaidanin was one of only three ordination halls in Japan. More koyo here with many photogenic spots and enough color to keep us very happy. Signs at the entrance explained the history of these temples, formerly more closely related than now.
We skipped the Treasury Hall; we did not have enough time to do it justice and at ¥500 we felt it was rather expensive for just a quick visit.
The tourist information office at the station helped us find the correct bus to take to get us here. 15 minute ride for ¥100. The bus took a convoluted route to go to the Nishitetsu Gojo Station first but finally arrived at the temples and the driver announced our stop in English and made sure we got off OK. The temple entrance is a bit off the road, but visible from the street and easy to find. The bus stop for the return trip was easily found opposite the first stop.
我们绝对推荐一去之前让你离开 Dazaifu 区域。更多
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