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Visit the longest line of flowers at Shibazakura, and the former crossing of the Sagamigawa River

Central Area 3h

A course that allows you to appreciate Japan's longest Shibazakura flowers that blooms alongside the Sagami river and nearby touristy areas.

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The Site of Taima-no-Watashi (ferryboat)

Taima was an important place for traffic since long ago. Just beside the Showa Bridge, there was a ferryboat that connected Taima to Echi (the other side of the river). After visiting Mt. Oyama the ferry became popular and many people started to use 'Taima-no-Watashi (ferryboat) to cross the river. Taima, already a lively post town, became more crowded and popular.

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Muryoukouji Temple of Mt. Taima

It is an old and venerable temple which is related to Ippen Shonin (senior monk) who established Jishuu (one of the factions of Japanese Buddhism). The beautiful temple grounds are designated as one of the "50 Beautiful Sceneries of Kanagawa". Also, there is a pond where Ippen Shonin carved a wooden statue of himself.

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