Koma Shrine & Shoden-in Temple

  • Published on : 15/11/2014
  • by : Japan Experience
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Koma Shrine & Shoden-in Temple in Hidaka in Saitama are built in honor of an ancient Korean community that fled civil war in Korea in the 8th century.

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