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Autumn is the best season to visit this temple.

I visited this temple May 2nd. It was a very fine day. Watsuka-cho is very famous for its tea... read more

Reviewed 7 May 2015
Arthur Hirokazu N
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Kyoto, Japan
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7 May 2015
“Autumn is the best season to visit this temple.”
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Reviewed 7 May 2015

I visited this temple May 2nd. It was a very fine day. Watsuka-cho is very famous for its tea terraced plantation. It was great! There are lots of maple trees in this temple. The leaves were fresh green. You'd better visit here in autumn. Beautiful...More

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