Updated: Jul 27
Established at the end of the 16th century, Jojakkoji Temple is a Nichiren temple situated on the side of Mt. Ogura, on Kyoto’s western edge. The temple is famous for its autumn leaves.
The temple pagoda, designated by the national government as an Important Cultural Property, is a relatively new structure, constructed in the 17th century, yet was built in the gorgeous Momoyama style of a century earlier. The pagoda affords a spectacular view of the city of Kyoto.
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