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Japanese traditional dance with a cherry blossoms background view (Iwakura, Kyoto on April 4th)
“Nihon Buyo” is a performing arts of dancing on stage in Kimono.
A stand-alone temple of the Tendai sect in Iwakura, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto.
The mountain number is Mt. Iwakura.
The principal image is Fudo Myo (a wooden statue made in the Kamakura period).
Kaisan is Joki. It is one of the monzeki temples. Also known as the Iwakura Jisso-in Gate Ruins.
It used to be one of the three gates of the Tendaijimon sect.
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