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Koryu-ji Temple, Kyoto

The Shingon Koryuji Temple is the oldest temple in Kyoto, dating back to 603 AD.

The Shingon Koryuji Temple is the oldest temple in Kyoto, dating back to 603 AD. It houses a statue of the Maitreya Buddha Miroku Bosatsu.


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About Koryu-ji Temple

 32 Hachiokacho, Kyoto, Japan

 +81 75-861-1461

Koryu-ji Temple and Nearby Sights on Map

Ukyō-ku

Ukyo-ku is home to the Arashiyama hill as well as several Buddhist temples including Ninna-ji, Ryōan-ji, Tenryū-ji, and Nonomiya Shrine

Toei Movie Village

Myoshin-ji Temple

Myoman-ji

Shunko-in

Ninnaji Temple

The Ninna-ji Temple was originally built in 888 AD by the Emperors Koko and Uda to venerate the Amida Buddha, but was largely destroyed by fire in the 15th century, with most of the present structures built in the 17th century sponsored by the Tokugawa Shogunate

Umenomiya Shrine

The Umenomiya Taisha is a Shinto shrine dedicated to Oyamazumi-no-kami, the god who first brewed sake

Nishikyogoku Athletic Stadium

Ryōan-ji

19th Century Hall

The 19th Century Hall is an unusual museum displaying steam locomotives and pianos