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This was a lovely temple and quite large for Okinawan standards. We came a bit early apparently and the monk wasn't there at the time (1430) and we were told to come back at 1630 if we wanted a goshuin. The monk did some caligraphy...More
I visited here to see Kiyota Oshiro's beautiful exhibition of pointillist pencil drawings. The hall is a new building next to Kannon-do temple and is a beautiful building in its own right. The wooden, backlit carvings of the Buddha are very beautiful and the tatami...More