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Myoman-ji Temple


Name 妙満寺 / Myoman-ji Temple
Adress Iwakura Hataedacho91, Sakyo-ku Kyoto-shi, Kyoto 606-0015
Hours Open 9:00~16:00
Admission Garden
Adult   500 yen
University  500 yen
High school  500 yen
Junior high school  350 yen
Elementary school  350 yen
URL

http://www.kyoto.zaq.ne.jp/myomanji/

The Nichiren Buddhist Myomanji Temple far to the north of the Kyoto has wonderful views of Mount Hiei. There is a concrete copy of the famed stupa at Bodh Gaya, India, where the historical Buddha gained Enlightenment and a graceful statue of the Buddha within.

Myomanji has pleasant grounds of raked gravel to take in the fine views from the steps of the main hall.

Myomanji was founded by the Priest Nichiju in the 14th century and moved to its present location as redevelopment took place in the Teramachi Nijo area of downtown Kyoto.

Free Admission to the temple precincts; admission fee for the Yukinoniwa Garden and main hall.

京都府京都市左京区岩倉幡枝町91

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