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Mibudera Temple

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Yoshi & Ariya
Yoshi & Ariya
November 8, 2018
Mibu-dera was founded in 991 and belongs to the Risshū school. It houses tombs of pro-shogunate Shinsen-gumi members, who fought bloody street battles resisting the forces that succeeded in restoring the emperor in 1868. Except for an unusual stupa covered in Jizō statues, the temple is of limited…
Aya
Aya
March 4, 2018
One of the oldest temple in Kyoto. It played an important role In modern Japanese history as the site which housed the Sinsengumi during the conflict between the last Shogun and the emperor. A must for those who likes modern Japanese history
Setsu
Setsu
July 21, 2017
Mibu-dera is a Buddhist temple in the Japanese city of Kyoto. The temple was established in AD 991 by the monk Kaiken. Several times a year the temple hosts performances of kyogen.
Yun
Yun
December 27, 2016
According to tradition Mibu-dera Temple was established by the order of Emperor SHOMU (r. 724-749) for the Chinese monk known in Japan as GANJIN (JIANZHEN in Chinese; 688-763). Monk GANJIN introduced the Ritsu Sect of Buddhism from China to Japan. He is most famous for persisting in his attempts to…
Yuuki
Yuuki
October 18, 2016
You can enjoy their excellent beverages while enjoying the famous Kamo River that flows through Kyoto from this store.

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KyotoNakagyo Ward, Kyoto Prefecture 604-8821
Téléphone075-841-3381
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