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ENKO-JI TEMPLE

   ENKOJI TEMPLE  

In l601, shogun Ieyasu Tokugawa built the Enkoji Temple in Fushimi, Kyoto, as a school to promote scholarship in japan, and invited as its principal Zen Priest Genkitsu (Kanshitsu) Sanyo, who had been the ninth principal of the Ashikaga School in Shimotsuke (a region near Tokyo). Genkitsu also founded Sangaku- ji Temple in Hizen (a region in Kyushu), his home country, and the Enkoji Temple in Sunpu (present-day Shizuoka).Enko-ji Temple Nightview
Access City bus No5 : Ichijoji Sagarimatsucho Stop /Eizan Rlwy: Ichijoji Stn.
Not available in November.
Handicap Not accessible.
Open Time 9:00 - 16:30
Required Time about 20 minute(s)
Holiday Closed Dec. 28 - Dec. 31.
Charge 400 yen - 200 yen * 500 yen: for night viewing in November





 

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