About Konkaikomyo-ji Temple
Konkaikomyo Temple is a temple of the Jodo in Kurodani-cho, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto. The principal Buddha is Amida. The common name is called Kurodani-san. It is one of seven Daihonzan of Jodo who boasts the formality which is lined with Chionin.
You can usually visit the Konkaikomyo Temple for free, but you will need to pay the admission fee at the time of autumn leaves. The beautiful colored leaves and the Japanese-style garden are lovely, and the view of the city of Kyoto from the place of the three towers where it climbed the mountain is a masterpiece. There are no photos, but Buddha statues in the main hall are also powerfully beautiful.
Konkaikomyo-ji Temple photos
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Photographer: Taisuke Yamada
|Location||〒606-8331 121 Kurotani-cho, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto
Free in the precincts
[Autumn Special Open House]
|Usual viewing season||Red leaves
Mid-November – Early December
|Parking lot||Yes(Capacity for 30 cars)
Bicycle parking space available
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