The Toko-ji Temple is a temple in Hagi City belonging to the Obaku school of Zen Buddhism; it was the Bodai-ji (family temple) of the Mori family, the lords of the Hagi Domain. The temple was built in 1691 on the orders of Mori Yoshinari, the third lord of Hagi; the tombs of the fifth, seventh, ninth and eleventh lords of Hagi, along with those of their wives and concubines, are in the Mori family graveyard within the Temple grounds. The Toko-ji Temple features several interesting examples of Chinese-style architecture, including the So-mon (main gate), the Daioho-den hall and the Shoro (bell tower), all of which have been designated as Important Cultural Properties.
- Yamaguchi Pref. Hagishi Tsubaki East 1647
- Hagi / Oshima Area
- open everyday
- [Admission fee] [Adult] 300yen [Small, Junior high school students] 150yen
- Parking Lot
- Credit Card
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- Available (Softbank)
- English Menu
- Estimated stay time
- 30-60 minutes
- Wheelchair accessible
- Infant friendly
Information Sources: NAVITIME JAPAN
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- A different shrine
- A shrine with a different perspective, hundreds of lanterns and some interesting stories to hear if you have interest about Japanese history.
- Absolutely Beautiful and Peaceul
- I spent a day in Hagi, and Tokoji Temple was high on my list of places to visit. I drove a car here, it is not far from the down town area and there is a parking lot to the side of the temple. Ive...
- Spectacular place
- We loved visiting here. The long wide walkway up to the main temple in a setting of old pines. Walking around it we came upon a shaded grassy area with graves of warriors. This area leads to a much...
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- m | On foot about minutes
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