- To-ji (Kyoo-Gokoku-ji) Temple
This temple is known for its wooden five-storied pagoda - the tallest of its kind in Japan.
This esoteric Buddhist temple was built over 1200 years ago. The world of mandala is brought to life by the statues of Buddha in the Kodo Hall. The temple is also known for its Kobo Ichi Market, held on the 21st of each month.
|HOURS||8:30am-5:30pm, Open until 4:30pm from Sept. 20 thru Mar. 19 of the following year|
|COST||Kondo Hall, Kodo Hall 500 yen／Kondo Hall, Kodo Hall, Toji Pagoda (when open to public) 800 yen／Houmotsukan Museum, Kanchi-in House (spring and fall only) 500 yen ea.／|
|OTHER INFO||Combined tickets available: Kondo Hall, Kodo Hall, Houmotsukan Museum, Kanchi-in House 1000 yen | Kondo Hall, Kodo Hall, Toji Pagoda, Houmotsukan Museum, Kanchi-in House 1300 yen|
|ADDRESS||1 Kujocho, Minami-ku, Kyoto-shi|
|ACCESS||10 min. walk from Toji Station on Kintetsu Kyoto Line|
|CREDIT CARD||Not accepted|
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