Nishiarai Daishi (Soji-ji Temple )
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Nishiarai Daishi is a temple of the Shingon Buzan sect.
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Located about 5 minutes north-east of Takenotsuka Station, this temple was constructed in 1614. It is famous for housing the grave of Ando Hiroshige, a Japanese
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