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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
It was built by Matsudaira Naritsune, the feudal lord of the time, in the first year of Kaei (1848).
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
Relax in a relaxed and calm tatami room, and enjoy the traditional Japanese taste of many years, making use of seasonal ingredients.
Enjoy sukiyaki using the same warishita as it was when it was founded in a pure Japanese-style restaurant with a courtyard.also,
He took over the villa of the Yokota family, who was allowed to use the name band sword with a force that surpassed the chief retainer of the Kawagoe domain, even though he was a tradesman.
At Imozen, we will show you dishes with seasonal gratitude.Enjoy the season of a good harvest that comes with the taste
Iron plate, Kaishi Kurama
"Healing and peaceful space" Japanese-style modern exterior, centrally arranged basin, feeling nature from the trees of the four seasons, coloring in the seasons
Hundred foot shop
It faces a curved street that retains the remnants of a castle town close to the symbol of Little Edo, the bell of time.In our shop, a cafe