About Mibudera Temple
Mibudera Temple is a disciplinary Daihonzan Buddhist temple in Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto. Mibudera Temple is known as a temple which conveys “Dainenbutsu Kyogen” that “Enkaku Jonin” of “Yuzu Nenbutsu” started, and it is also known as a temple with a history of Shinsengumi.
At the end of the Edo period, the Shinsengumi which was active for the purpose of maintaining the security of Kyoto, was located in the Yagi house in Mibu Village. It is said that the precincts of the Mibudera Temple were used in the Chorenba of Shinsen-gumi, and that training was performed such as Martial. In that relationship, there is a statue of Isamu Kondo and the Tomb of the Shinsengumi Brigade, the Mibu mound.
Mibudera Temple is free to visit. (excluding some exhibition rooms)
Mibudera Temple photos
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Photographer: Taisuke Yamada
31 Mibu-Nashinomiya-cho, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto
※Mibudera Historical Museum is chargeable
Adults 200 yen, elementary, junior high, and high school students 100 yen (includes Mibu-zuka visit fee)
|Best time to see||Mibu kyogen
[Setsubun Open to the Public] February 2 and 3, both days, every hour and 0 minutes from 1:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
[Spring Open to the Public] 7 days from April 29 to May 5
[Open to the public in the fall] Three days for consecutive holidays in October
※Please refer to the following URL for details.
Keifuku Electric Railway (Randen)
|Parking lot||Coin parking lot (8 spaces)|
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