Natadera Temple was established by the great monk Taicho 1300 years ago in the year 717. Visitors to the temple grounds can admire the distinctive and craggy stones and cliffs; volcanic rocks eroded over the millennia by wind and rain. In addition, 7 buildings and sections within Natadera Temple have been designated nationally important cultural properties or sceneries, which ensures their preservation for future generations to enjoy.
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The Kigan Yusenkyo, together with the surrounding flora and fauna blend together to create a fascinating (and dare we say, Instagram-worthy?) landscape.
Within the Honden (Main Shrine), visitors can experience the "Iwaya Tainai Kuguri.″The locals believe that the cave is akin to a mother's womb, and by walking through it, one is cleansed of their sins, and reborn anew.