Tamagawa Daishi Temple
About this sight
Tamagawa Daishi Temple is unique in that it is almost completely underground. Upon arrival, you pay 100 yen for a white candle to light your way down the dark path to the cavernous main room. Once you arrive at your destination, you'll find that it becomes more spacious and well lit than the path. Hundreds of Buddha statues, sculptures and murals fill the room. A large gong of longevity is on the grounds for visitors to enjoy as well. Locals often come to the temple for good luck or a place to refresh and relax.
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