Teramachi-dori Street

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A street through the Teramachi neighborhood, not far from the Kamo River. There are nine Buddhist temples along the roughly 400-meter road. An unusual arrangement in Japan, the temples were transferred here and rebuilt from various places around Hoki province when Yonago Castle was constructed. Each has a different style, to give you a wide sampling of Buddhist art and architecture. Some of these temples are particularly historic: Ankokuji Temple had branches built in various provinces by the Ashikaga clan during the Muromachi Period, and Myozenji Temple has ties to the Nanbokucho Period warrior Kojima Takanori.

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Address
Tottori Yonago-shi Teramachi
Phone
0859226317
Hours
All day
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Estimated stay time
30-60 minutes
Wheelchair accessible
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Infant friendly
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Pet friendly
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Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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