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Daihiganji-temple
Tama

Daihiganji-temple was said to be founded in 1191. There are some wooden big gates and buildings. The main building is famous for the colorful sculpture. The temple is also famous for the flowers of bush clover. In mid-September we can see beautiful flowers in the garden.

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