Bicchu Kokubunji Temple (Okayama Japan)

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Temple gate Main hall Five-story pagoda Five-story pagoda Frame works
Fifth layer Suien Pug-ugly Distant view Diishi hall
Guests hall Imperial envoy Gate Old precincts Tomb mound Burial chamber

 Bitchu Kokubunji Temple is the Shingon sect in Okayama Prefecture Soja City. The original temple in Nara period 8th century, was built by the Emperor Shomu. The current temple was rebuilt on top of the Bicchu Kokubunji ruins, in the mid-Edo period 18th century. Surroundings are idyllic scene in the rural.

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