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The Yamashina-ku neighborhood is home to the Oishi Shrine, Kaju-ji Temple, and the tomb of Emperor Tenji, the oldest Imperial tomb in Kyoto..
The Yamashina-ku neighborhood is home to the Oishi Shrine, Kaju-ji Temple, and the tomb of Emperor Tenji, the oldest Imperial tomb in Kyoto.
Daigoji is a large Shingon Buddhist temple complex dedicated to Yakushi Nyorai
Fushimi Inari-Taisha at the base of the Inari mountain is a Shinto shrine dedicated to Inari, the rice god
The Kiyomizu-dera on Mt Otowa is an 8th century Buddhist temple dedicated to Senju-Kannon
The original Yogen-in Temple was built by Hideyoshi Toyotomi's concubine Yodogimi to honor her father
The Ryozen Museum of History traces the history of Japan in the Bakumatsu at the end of the Edo period and the subsequent Meiji Restoration in the 19th – 20th century