Kawasaki Daishi Temple

  • Published on : 27/12/2012
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Kawasaki Daishi Temple: read a guide to Kawasaki Daishi Temple, Kawasaki City's most famous tourist site, commemorating the founder of Shingon Buddhism in Japan, the priest Kukai.

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