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Bell of Time (Bell Tower)
Kawagoe's symbol "Toki no Kane" stands out in the emotional brewery townscape.From the beginning of the Edo period to a castle town
A large onigawara roof, black plaster walls and thick double doors ...It feels like you've slipped back in time
Kawagoe's famous spot is filled with about 30 confectionery shops on the cobblestone road studded with colorful glass.
It is a famous temple of the Tendai sect founded by Jikaku Daishi in 830 (Tencho 7), and is officially called Hoshinoyama Mugenjuji Kitain.Edo Period
Located just south of Kitain, it is officially called the Tendai sect special Motoyama Naka-in, and is a temple with a quiet appearance.In the old days, Mt. Hoshino
Speaking of Toshogu, Nikko Toshogu, which enshrines Ieyasu Tokugawa, is famous, but Senba Toshogu is one of the three major Toshogu in Japan, and is on the south side of Kitain.
It was built by Matsudaira Naritsune, the feudal lord of the time, in the first year of Kaei (1848).
Kawagoe Hikawa Shrine
The 15m-high Myojin-shaped Otorii towering over the eastern approach is one of the largest wooden torii gates in Japan.Inscribed on the biane in the center of the torii
Utilizing the large space of the three sake breweries that remain in the former Kagamiyama Sake Brewery, which was founded in the Meiji era, the facility opened on October 3, 22.
Kawagoe Hachimangu was founded by Kai Morimoto Minamoto no Yorinobu in the 1030rd year of Chogen (XNUMX) during the time of Emperor Go-Ichijo after the XNUMXth generation.
Kawagoe Kumano Shrine
On the side of the cobblestone street, you can see a mysterious approach with pebbles on both ends.It is Kawagoe Kumano Shrine's "Foot