This temple is located in Kokubunji Town, Hofu City. It is one of the Kokubunji temples built nationwide by the Imperial Order of Emperor Shomu in 741, but is rare because it is only one of few remaining in the same location as the original construction. The temple preserves Important Cultural Property Buddhist statues such as the sitting Yakushi Nyorai as its principal image as well as standing statues of Nikko Bosatsu and Gekko and the seated Amida Nyorai and Shitenno.
Yamaguchi Pref. Houfushi Kokubunjichou 2-67 (Yamaguchi / ShuhoArea)
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- Yamaguchi Pref. Houfushi Kokubunjichou 2-67 [ map ]
- Monday (The next day for Public holiday)
- [Treasure Museum Admission] 500yen
- Parking Lot
- Credit Card
- Not available
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- On foot aboutminutes
- about m
- Route from this Station Route from this Bus Stop Route from this IC Route from this Parking
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