Chikubushima is an island that has been worshipped by people as an island where gods live since ancient times. The Island is also home to Hogon-ji Temple, one of the three Benzaiten in Japan, and Tsukubusuma-jinja Shrine. In addition to the temples and shrines, there remain many buildings of historical value such as “Karamon Gate” which is designated as a national treasure, “Kannondo” which is an important cultural property, and “Three-storey pagoda” which was restored in 2000 after 350 years.
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