Nigatsudo & Sangatsudo Temples

  • Published on : 29/11/2015
  • by : Japan Experience

Nigatsudo & Sangatsudo Temples are both sub-temples of Todaiji in Nara; Nigatsudo is the venue of the ancient Omizutori ceremony, while Sangatsudo holds many important Buddhist statues.

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