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Daigo - ji Temple

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Established in 874 by Shobo atop Mt. Daigo, Daigo - ji Temple became a Chokugan - ji Temple (A Temple built by the Emperor's will) in 907. As its importance grew, the Shimogaran (ShimoDaigo) came into being. Contained in the present Daigo - ji Temple are numerous cultural properties, including a five-tiered pagoda (a National Treasure and the oldest wooden structure in Kyoto Prefecture) and Sanboin Garden (designated as a special historic site and special place of scenic beauty), the latter of which Toyotomi Hideyoshi used as his own private retreat.


Address :
22 Higashioji-cho, Daigo, Fushimi-ku, Kyoto City
Telephone :
075-571-0002
Access :
Take Tozai Subway Line to Daigo Station, and head east.
Open :
9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Fee :
Sanpo-in at Daigo-ji Temple (Entrance Fee): 600 yen
Reihokan:600 yen
Garan: 600 yen

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