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Adashino Nenbutsu-ji is a 9th century Buddhist temple established by the famous priest Kukai for praying for the dead.
Adashino Nenbutsu-ji is a 9th century Buddhist temple established by the famous priest Kukai for praying for the dead. The grounds of the temple have more than 8000 stone Buddhist statues and several pagodas in memory of those whose mortal remains were found here.
Japan, 〒616-8436 京都府京都市右京区嵯峨鳥居本化野町１７
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