Yata-dera Temple

In laying a foundation, a Kongo Mountain temple was Otera, it's from 4 of priests' living quarters in a Buddhist temple at present, a common name is called Yata-dera Temple. In the season from June to July, the area is blooming with 60 kinds of azaleas numbering 10,000 altogether. There are numerous

Jiko-in Temple

Lord Katagiri Sadamasa of the Yamato Koizumi feudal clan founded this temple in 1663 to pray for the repose of his deceased father. Katagiri Sadamasa was also the founder of the Sekishu School of tea ceremony. The thatched hip gable-roofed study room (Important Cultural Property) has a simple but regal atmosphere

Matsuo-dera Temple

This temple is said to have been built by Imperial Prince Toneri in the year 718 to pray for the completion of the Nihonshoki (Chronicles of Japan) and to pray for the warding off of evil in his unlucky age of 42. This is Japan’s oldest ‘turning-away-evil’ temple and the wood

Koriyama Castle

Kōriyama Castle (郡山城 Kōriyama-jō) was a Japanese castle in what is now the city of Yamatokōriyama, Nara Prefecture, Japan. The Sengoku daimyo Tsutsui Junkei started construction of the castle, and Toyotomi Hidenaga made it his residence. In the Edo period, it became the headquarters of the Kōriyama Domain. During this time it was