After leaving Morin-ji Temple, which is home to several raccoon dog figurines, I entered Morin-ji Park, which is located next to the temple. When one hears the word "park" next to a temple, one might think of a small children's park, but Morin-ji Park is a bit different. There is no playground equipment here, but rather a swamp and a lowland marsh. I was more surprised by the low marshland than by the raccoon dog figurines in Morin-ji Park, as I had no idea what I was in for. Walking along the boardwalk over the marshland, I felt as if I was in Oze, a place sung in a children's song. Well, I have never been to Oze.
The wetlands surrounded by residential areas are not that large. Walking along the boardwalk, the wetland quickly ends and a normal road with missing boards stretches into a normal residential area. Passing through an alleyway that stretched between houses, I soon came to Morin-ji-mae Station on the Tobu Isezaki Line. I had come to the station without paying attention to the time of the train, but just in time, a train headed for Asakusa entered the station.
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