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  • Espace Langue Tokyo

    Le grand Bouddha de Kamakura n'est pas directement relié à la gare de Kamakura. Il faut prendre un bus ou un train local longeant la mer pour la gare (Station Hase). Entre la gare et le Daibutsu, sur la gauche en montant au Daibutsu, se trouve le vaste temple Hase-dera, plutôt agréable (cloche, jardins, vue, grottes, trésors divers) avec une vue sur la baie.

  • Joan Gray

    Grand Buddha, Kamakura, Japon

  • Cristina Negru

    L'enjeu ! Demande-toi toujours quel est l'enjeu d'un schéma répétitif. Tu sais bien que les épreuvent reviennent quasiment à l'identique tant que tu n'as pas saisi leur message, tant que tu n'as procédé à la rectification de l'une de tes croyances ou pensées devenues obsolète, ou d'un sentiment négatif qui t'empoisonne.

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