Fudoji Temple at Manyo-no-Mori - Manyo no Mori Park was developed because Hamakita City, a part of Hamamatsu, was related to Manyoshu and Manyo culture. The ancient temple Fudoji which was build during the Nara period is adjacent to the site. The Kakusui Garden and its teahouses are surprisingly beautiful for a municipal park especially during springtime.
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