Kyoto tourist spot
List of tourist spots in Yamashina-ku
Kashuji Temple is the head temple of the Yamashina school of Shingon Buddhism, located in Kanshuji, Yamashina-ku, Kyoto. It is said to have been built in the 3rd year of Shoutai (900) on the site of the residence of Miyaji Iyamasu, the ruler of Uji County.
Zuishinin is known as a temple related to Onono Komachi, and there is a stone monument of Onono Komachi in the grounds, and there is a plum garden called Ono Plum Garden in the precinct.
The Bishamon temple in Yamashina ward, Kyoto City is a temple of Tendai sect. Bishamondo is one of Tendai sect Kyoto five gate traces and is also called Bishamondomonzeki. The Izumo Temple of Bishamondo's predecessor is said that Gyoki founded in 703.
If you go from Kyoto City to the east of Sanjo Street, there is an intersection with the slope which continues to Shogunzuka. If you climb the road for a while, you will reach Shogunzuka.