SpotKon-onji Temple

Kan-onji Temple is another fudasho (the 69th) and is not far from Kotohiki Park - famous for Zenigata Sunae (sand paintings of early Japanese coins) said to bring financial benefits to those visiting the site in a scene which creates an interesting combination of coin art and sea. The Sekai-no-Coin Kan is another facility located in Kotohiki Park and serves to explain the history of global coinage.

Kon-onji Temple





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