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清見寺 五百羅漢像
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清見寺の五百羅漢像は島崎藤村の小説に登場することで知られている。

その中に必ず知っている人の面影を見つけることができる、と言われているが、それほどにその表現は多彩で、見る者を飽きさせない。
普段、この羅漢像の周りはよく手入れされているのだが、この時期はたまたま羅漢像の周りに「ドクダミ」が生え茂り、羅漢像はそのドクダミの草々の中に浮かび上がるように見えた。
丁度ドクダミの草は白い花を咲かせており、普段では見ることのできない少々幻想的な景観を見せていた。

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Uploaded: 30/05/2013
Updated: 12/05/2014
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