The Kitano Tenmangu Shrine dedicated to exiled poet Sugawara no Michizane was built in 947 AD to appease his angry spirit

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Kitano Tenman-gu, Kyoto

The Kitano Tenmangu Shrine dedicated to exiled poet Sugawara no Michizane was built in 947 AD to appease his angry spirit.

The Kitano Tenmangu Shrine dedicated to exiled poet Sugawara no Michizane was built in 947 AD to appease his angry spirit. It is popular for the plum blossoms on its grounds.


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About Kitano Tenman-gu

 Japan, 〒602-8386 京都府京都市 上京区馬喰町

 +81 75-461-0005

 kitanotenmangu.or.jp

Kitano Tenman-gu and Nearby Sights on Map

Kamishichiken

Hirano Shrine

The Hirano Jinja is a small 8th century shrine that is popular during hanami for its beautiful cherry blossoms

Toji-in

Kinkaku-ji Temple

Kinkaku-ji, the Temple of the Golden Pavilion, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the most popular tourist attraction in Kyoto

Seimei Shrine

Ryōan-ji

Imamiya Shrine

The Imamiya Shrine was built in 994 to appease gods and ward off the disease that was plaguing Heian-kyo (Kyoto)

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

Kamigyō-ku

Shunko-in