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Following Fukiji-oodou we visited Kumano-magaibutsu (stone Buddhist statues carved on rock) not far away. These statues date back to the late Heian period, probably 11th to 12th century, and is the largest of the numerous stone statues in the Kunisaki Peninsular. There are two statues...More
There are only two statues, and the venue is not that easy to reach. A small road leads you through nature, one needs a (rental) car or organised bus trip. At the modest temple one buys the entrance ticket.
The wel maintained gravel path leads...More
After Maki Odo our tour went to Kumano Magaibutsu, five kilometers to the south. This bus tour allowed us to see the various sites on the Kunisaki Peninsula that we otherwise could not easily have visited on our own. Here the guide did not accompany...More