Shinsenen is a temple of Toji Shingon in Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto. It is located on the south side of Nijo Street from Nijo Castle. The original was a garden for the emperor who was built adjacent to Heian-Kyo Daidairi.
It is thought that the ikezawa of the remnants of the old Kyoto Lake(old Yamashiro Lake) which was originally here were maintained in the garden.
There is a bridge called “Houjoubashi” in the precincts, and it is said that the wish will come true when crossing while making a wish, and it gathers beliefs from the worshipers.
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166 Monzen-cho, Oike-dori Shinsenen-cho Higashi-iru, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto
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