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    Daiganji Temple

    Daiganji Temple is a Buddhist temple, which is next to Itsukushima Shrine on the island of Miyajima. Daiganji Temple is an ancient Shingon Buddhist temple with strong ties to Shinto Shrines. Daiganji Temple used to be in full charge of the repair and construction of temples and shrines including Itsukushima Shrine. Daiganji Temple is dedicated read more

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    Daishoin Temple

    Daishoin Temple is an ancient Shingon Buddhist temple built at the foot of the sacred Mt Misen on the island of Miyajima. During the time of fusion period of Shintoism and Buddhism, this distinguished temple governed all priests in Miyajima and was in charge of religious ceremonies of Itsukushima Shrine.

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    Goju-no-to

    Goju-no-to, in Miyajima, is a vermilion red Five-Storied Pagoda, built in 1407AD. Goju-no-to is a splendid structure and beauty which skilfully combines the beauty of Japanese and Chinese architectural styles. Goju-no-to is 27.6 metres high. Goju-no-to is next to Senjokaku Shrine.

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    Itsukushima Shrine

    Itsukushima Shrine is a Shinto Shrine on the island of Miyajima in Hiroshima Prefecture. Itsukushima Shrine was first constructed in the 6th century, but the current buildings date to the 12th century. Itsukushima Shrine is famous for its floating torii, Otorii, commonly referred to as Miyajima Torii, which appears to float on the water in read more

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