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34 pieces of information found for "Shrines, Temples" (category).

FacilityEikando Temple

Category: Shrines, Temples | Ginkaku-ji Temple, Heian-jingu Shrine Environs

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Eikando TempleKnown for its scarlet maple leaves, Eikando is the Jodo-shu Seizan Zenrin-ji School Head Temple. Founded by a disciple of Kobodaishi (Kukai) in the Heian period, It started out as a Zenrin-ji temple. The monk Yokan Risshi popularized the... [Details]

FacilityHeian-jingu Shrine

Category: Shrines, Temples | Ginkaku-ji Temple, Heian-jingu Shrine Environs

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Heian-jingu ShrineThis was built in 1895 to celebrate the 1100th anniversary of the transfer of the capital to Heian-kyo (Kyoto). It deifies the first and last emperors to rule from Kyoto: Kammu and Komei. The extremely beautiful architecture, like the ve... [Details]

FacilityImamiya-jinja Shrine

Category: Shrines, Temples | Kinkaku-ji Temple, Kitano-Tenmangu Shrine, Ninna-ji Temple Environs

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Imamiya-jinja ShrineThis shrine was established to assuage plagues that were prevalent back in the Heian period. Chinka-sai (Buddha's birthday festival) to assuage plagues are held with a red-headed ogre and a black-headed one dancing to flute-and-drum... [Details]

FacilityKennin-ji Temple

Category: Kiyomizu-dera Temple, Gion Environs | Shrines, Temples

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Kennin-ji TempleThis temple was established by Eisaizenji upon returning to Japan from Sung China in the Muromachi period (1333-1573). It was the first Zen temple in Kyoto. Eisai is famous for introducing tea and the preparation method to Japan. Even to... [Details]

FacilityKitano-tenmangu Temple

Category: Shrines, Temples | Kinkaku-ji Temple, Kitano-Tenmangu Shrine, Ninna-ji Temple Environs

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Kitano-tenmangu TempleThis is the Grand Head shrine dedicated to Sugawara-no-Michizane, now referred to as "Tenjin-san", a Heian-period scholar and statesman who was treated badly by the Fujiwara clan, demoted and sent away from court to a minor pos... [Details]

FacilityKiyomizu-dera Temple

Category: Kiyomizu-dera Temple, Gion Environs | Shrines, Temples

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Kiyomizu-dera TempleThis is said to have been opened by the Seii Taishogun (great general who subdues the barbarians) Sakanoue-no-Tamuramaro in the Heian period. There are approximately 30 main buildings and these were rebuilt at the start of the Edo period... [Details]

FacilityKonkaikomyo-ji Temple

Category: Shrines, Temples | Ginkaku-ji Temple, Heian-jingu Shrine Environs

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It is said that the founder of the Jodo-shu sect of Buddhism, Honen Shonin (better known as Kurodani-san in Kyoto), opened this temple. In the grounds stands the Kumagaido hall that is connected to the Tale of the Heike, also there is a ... [Details]

FacilityNanzen-ji Temple

Category: Shrines, Temples | Ginkaku-ji Temple, Heian-jingu Shrine Environs

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Nanzen-ji TempleDuring Yoshimitsu Ashikaga's days in power, this temple held the highest status in Kyoto, presiding over the gozan temples (five great temples of Kyoto). The Hojo (national treasure), or abbots chambers, are divided into large and s... [Details]

FacilitySanjusangen-do Temple

Category: Shrines, Temples | Kyoto Station, To-ji Temple, Sanjusangendo Temple Environs

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Sanjusangen-do TempleThe correct name of this temple is Rengeou-in. It was built by Taira-no-Kiyomori in the Heian period and given to Goshirakawahouou. At 120 meters from end to end, the main hall is long and narrow with 33 spaces between pillars along the ... [Details]

FacilitySanjusangendo Temple

Category: Shrines, Temples | Kyoto Station, To-ji Temple, Sanjusangendo Temple Environs

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Sanjusangendo TempleThe formal name of this temple is Rengeoin Temple. Shogun Kiyomori built it in the Heian period, and gifted it to Goshirakawahouou (ex-emperor and later a monk). The main hall is a long narrow building, some 120 meters in length. And, as... [Details]