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Izu Shuzen-ji

Shuzen-ji is in the middle of Izu Peninsula, a land mass formed by a collision of below-the-sea volcanoes and the Japan main island 600,000 years ago. Even now, these volcanoes are quite active under ground, the source of a lot of hot springs throughout the peninsula. In 807, a famous Buddhist monk, Kukai (Kobo Daishi) discovered the first spring in the current Shuzen-ji district and established Shuzen-ji Temple there. Since then, we have been enjoying the blessings of these wonderful, healthy hot springs.

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1 Shuzen-ji Temple: Buddhist from across the sea, Priest Issan Ichinei
2 Shigetsu-den Temple: Samurai tragedy and a Chinese priest
3 Shuzen-ji Hie Jinja Shrine: Sacred cedar trees for the blessing of children
4 Shuzen-ji bamboo path: A refreshing and magical place
5 Shuzen-ji riverside walk: A historical site rich in its variety

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