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The largest wooden structure in the world and iconic landmark of Nara city. 
izu Sazaedo (会津さざえ堂) is a 16.5 meter high, three-storied, hexagonal Buddhist pagoda located in Aizu-wakamatsu.
Zuihoden is the mausoleum of the first feudal lord of Sendai. Its mausoleums feature rare Momoyama style architecture in a setting of calming cedar tress. 
Sandanbeki Cave is close to Wakayama's famous Shirahama Beach, at the bottom of a beautiful cliff-side view point. Visitors can explore this impressive cave that was once a hidden pirate's lair.
One of the attractions in Arashiyama is Tenryu-ji Temple and it is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage. In summer, you will see the temple and its garden in green colors. You can also sit by the corridor of the temple to gaze into the pond and the blue skies and let your mind drift with the cicadas singing its melody.
Whimsical or creepy, but definitely one of the weirdest places on Shikoku
It is said that Tocho-ji temple in Hakata was dedicated to the Buddhist saint Kukai who built it in 806. The feudal lords of Fukuoka are buried here.
In Japan's ancient capital of Kyoto, Daigo-ji is a Buddhist temple in an attractive forest setting, with an exquisite traditional garden, and numerous beautiful halls and treasures.