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Senryuji Cache

A cache by Gakupon and Cattledogs Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 9/15/2007
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Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

The cache is placed in Senryuji in Komae-shi with a permission. Please pay atmost respect when searching for the cache. This is a memorial cache for our father.

Senryuji is easily accessable from Komae station on odakyu Line. It is only a couple of minutes walk from the station. The cahe is hidden in the Bentenzai ike section of Senryuuji. Please hide the cache as you found it.
The cache originally contains TB, Geocoins and 4 US quarters with 4 different state designs.
According to their website (, the history states that Rouben established a temple in 765 when he prayed for a rain. Dragon appeared and brought the rain to ease the draught. The temple was reborn as a zen temple about 400 years ago when Senshuku rediscovered this pond. The name Senryuji was also based on this history.
Due to the development, Benzaiten ike dried up 1972. The pond was designated as the first historic site in 1973.
Cattledogs used to play in the stream. Although it changed, the pond holds beautiful spring water and provides home for koi fish and ducks.



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