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Shiofune Kan-non temple
Tama

Shiofune Kan-non temple is famous as the temple of flowers in the suburb area of Tokyo metropolis. In the Golden Week (holiday season in Japan from the end of April to the beginning of May), a square in the temple is surrounded by numberless flowers of Azarea trees.

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