The temple was founded in 1164 and rebuilt a century later after the original structure had been destroyed in a fire. Measuring 120 meters, the temple hall is Japan's longest wooden structure. The name Sanjusangendo (literally "33 intervals") derives from the number of intervals between the building's support columns, a traditional method of measuring the size of a building.
The Orlando International Airport actually has a small park hidden on property. The B-52 Memorial Park is located on Bear Road adjacent to the 528 expressway. The park features a static display of a B-52D Stratofortress, Air Force Serial Number 56-0687, from the Strategic Air Command.
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Although the start of Yutagami Hot Springs has faded in history, an account in existing archives describes it as a spa in the Shibata Domain in 1738. Also, the name is included in a list of hot springs of Japan issued in 1891 together with some 100 or so other hot springs. Due to the potent effects, locals know the hot springs as healing water.