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Raizan Sennyoji Daihioin Temple
Sennyoji is a Shingon Sect temple that was opened in 725 by Saiga. The great hall was built in the 18th century by then clan leader Tsugutaka Kuroda. The wooden thousand-handed Bodhisattva in the main hall and the wooden figure of Saint Seiga are “important cultural assets” in Japan. The large maple tree within the precints of the temple is a “designated natural monument” in Japan.
Raizan, Itoshima, Fukuoka
¥400 In November: Autumn leaf hunting Entrance: ¥100
15 minutes by car from Maebaru Interchange via Nishi-Kyushu Expressway
20 minutes by car from JR Chikuzen-Maebaru Station
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