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Higashi-Honganji Temple

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京の片泊まり
京の片泊まり
November 06, 2019
Higashi-Honganji Temple is one of the biggest temple located near Kyoto Station. Entrance fee: Free Distance: 20minutes' walk from Kogane-an Opening hours: 5:50~17:30
Ryo
Ryo
June 07, 2019
Nishi Honganji (西本願寺) and Higashi Honganji (東本願寺) are two large temples in the center of Kyoto. As headquarters of the two factions of the Jodo-Shin Sect (True Pure Land Sect), one of Japan's largest Buddhist sects, they are a good place to experience contemporary Japanese Buddhism. Nishi Honganji…
Takeshi
Takeshi
March 24, 2019
10 minutes by bicycle
Kyoto
Kyoto
February 22, 2019
This temple is close to Kyoto Station so you can go there on foot from the station. This temple is so solemn. You will feel Japanese culture when you see this temple. After visiting it, you should go to Nishi Honganji Temple.
Riki
Riki
January 24, 2019
Shinshū Ōtani-ha (Higashi Honganji) is one of the largest Buddhist denominations in Japan, with approximately 8,700 local temples, 50 regional headquarter temples (betsuin), and some 40 affiliated schools across the nation. We recommend you to go there since you stay in Kyoto!

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常葉町, Kyoto Prefecture 600-8505
Telefon+81 75-371-9181