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Komyo - ji Temple

Komyo - ji Temple was first built in 1198 at a spot closely connected to Honenshonin, by Kumagawa Naozane, a disciple of Honenshonin. Komyo - ji is the main temple of the Seizan-Jodo Sect. If you climb the gentle-sloped stone stairway, situated amidst a maple forest, you can see the majestic Mikagedo Hall and Amidado Hall connected by a pathway. Famous as a temple for viewing autumn leaves, both sides of the stone stairway are colored a brilliant red during late autumn.

Address :
26-1 Ao-Saijonouchi,Nagaokakyo City
Telephone :
075-955-0002
Open :
9:30am - 4:30pm
Access :
Hankyu Kyoto Line to "Nagaoka-Tenjin".JR Kyoto Line to "Nagaokakyo".
Fee :
500 yen (Discounts for groups over 20 people: 400 yen)

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