Fujieda Off The Beaten Path

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    Upper Waterfall
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    Nature Sometimes Makes Some Tricks
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    Small Shrine Near the Upper Waterfall
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    Fudo Danjo Waterfalls

    by taigaa001 Updated Jun 8, 2014

    Nyufune Tip: Fudo Danjo Waterfalls is a two-tiered waterfalls with narrower upper-fall(possibly medaki, female waterfall) and lower-fall(possibly Odaki, male waterfall). You can go close only to the lower fall which is the larger of the two. This waterfall pair is visited mainly by Tokai Nature Trail by-Pass course trekkers either from the summit of Mount Bikuishi or Gyokuro-no-Sato Tea Museum. It takes about 35 minutes walk from Gyokuro-no-Sato through Tokai Nature Trail. Even local people are not sure which is medaki(female fall) and odaki(male fall). There is a small Fudo(acala) shrine near the upper waterfall. .

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    Lower Waterfall is about Ten Meters in Height Upper Waterfall Nature Sometimes Makes Some Tricks Small Shrine Near the Upper Waterfall
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    Rokkengawa River Walk

    by taigaa001 Written Jul 2, 2011

    Rokkengawa is a canal running close to Villa of Tanaka Castle. It is so named because the width of the river is 6-ken(10.8 meters in width). The trail along the river is a nice place to stroll and during summer the trees give nice shades. Children love this riverside area because feeding carps is a lot of fun.

    Rokken River A Nice Place For A Stroll Carps in the river
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    Nyakuichioji Shrine

    by taigaa001 Updated Apr 28, 2011

    Founded in 730, this shrine is also known as the northernmost natural habitat for some of the warm-area plants such as Proteaceae, Symplocos glauca and Quercus Gilva. The forest around the shrine is very relaxing. It is definitely the place for birdwatchers. I found a nice uphill trail beside the small Akiha shrine inside the precinct. You can relax or enjoy birdwatching under the verdant trees.

    1,300 year-old shrine Main Building Uphill Trail Lush Green Forest Vibrant Trees
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    Renshoji Temple

    by taigaa001 Updated Apr 28, 2011

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    Renshoji Temple, founded in 1195, is one of the temples built by Naozane Kumagai, late 12th century warrior-turned-priest. The Main Gate of the temple was donated by the lord of Tanaka Castle in 1811. The biggest draw of the temple is a huge Chinese juniper, said to be about 700 years old. The juniper tree is at the backside of the temple from the path at the right of the main hall.

    Main Gate of the Temple Main Hall 700-year-old Chinese juniper Renshoji Temple Seen From Rengejiike Park
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