Source: UNESCO World Heritage
Postcard 1 - Muryokoin-atoMuryokoin-ato was a very large temple but now a mainly a rice field. Thanks to Kayu of Japan.
Postcard 2 - Kanjizaio in AtoKanjizaio used to be temples before, now a park. Ato means ruins in Japanese. Thanks to Kayu of Japan.
Postcard 3 - Mt Kinkeisan
Mount Kinkeisan. Thanks to Kayu of Japan for mailing this postcard from Hiraizumi, Iwate, Japan.
Postcard 4 - Chusonji TempleChusonji Temple - one of five sites of Hiraizumi. Nice Nippon Christmas stamp used. Thanks to Kenji-san of Japan.
Postcard 5 - Moutsuji TempleMoutsuji Temple of Hiraizumi. Thanks to Kenji-san of Japan.