Hmm, I said in my last post of over a week ago that I would post the next part ‘tomorrow’. Sorry ’bout that! Here’s the part 3 you’ve all been waiting for! 😉
After visiting Shoufukuji, I noticed another temple in the same area. At the entrance there was an information board, so I thought it might be interesting. But … I was wrong. For some reason, all doors and entrances were closed and the only place I could access was a graveyard. Now, graveyards in Japan are rather peaceful and somehow relaxing, so don’t imagine any creepy place where you definitely wouldn’t want to go at night…
Other than these two parts, I could only spot the entrance to some other part of this temple.
Entering yet another temple! This time another famous one, called Tochoji.
And there it was, the red pagoda-like building I had seen from the other temples.
The temple grounds weren’t that big, but it was a nice place to stroll around.
After that I noticed there was actually a big Buddha statue inside the first building. I went inside and found a magnificent looking Buddha statue, but unfortunately cameras weren’t allowed so I can’t show you. 😦
Whether you like it or not: next up is a post without temples or shrine! … Okay, maybe one tiny little shrine at the seaside. 😉