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Through the Sapphire Sky: Tsumago-juku, an old post town - the flavor of the Edo period

Through the Sapphire Sky: Tsumago-juku, an old post town - the flavor of the Edo period

The Byodo-In Temple is a non-practicing Buddhist temple in a Hawaiian cemetery, built in 1968, and commemorates the 100th anniversary of the first Japanese immigrants to Hawaii. It's a smaller-scale replica of a 950-year-old temple in Uji, Japan. And, like the original temple, it is built without a single nail.

The Byodo-In Temple is a non-practicing Buddhist temple in a Hawaiian cemetery, built in 1968, and commemorates the 100th anniversary of the first Japanese immigrants to Hawaii. It's a smaller-scale replica of a 950-year-old temple in Uji, Japan. And, like the original temple, it is built without a single nail.

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From fb's Japanese Streets: Tsumago-juku (妻籠宿) was the forty-second of the sixty-nine post towns on the Nakasendo highway, connecting Edo with Kyoto. Located in Nagano Prefecture, it still looks like an Edo Period town.

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