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It is a temple called "Korinji" located in the Tome region of Miyagi Prefecture.
It was designated as an important cultural property of Miyagi Prefecture in Showa 47, and is said to be the second oldest wooden building in Miyagi Prefecture.
During the season, many people gather to catch a glimpse of this beautiful approach, and especially in autumn, the scenery of autumn leaves and ginkgo biloba shows a wonderful view.
Depending on the timing, you can see a carpet of red autumn leaves.

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  • Dec. 12, 2023
    Thank you for posting such a beautiful photo.
    Cool Japan Video also publishes articles on important cultural properties of Miyagi Prefecture.
    Please take a look here if you like.

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