“Eiheiji Temple, ” which is visited by many people throughout the year, received two stars in a travel guide ‘Michelin Green Guide Japon’ published in France, and is a temple that attracts attention both in Japan and abroad. It is the head temple of the Soto sect and was founded in 1244 by Dogen Zenji as a training hall for Zen meditation. Surrounded by a 680 year-old cedar tree, the grounds are dotted with over 70 buildings, including the “Shichidogaran”.

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