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Nakayamadera Temple (Hyogo Japan)

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Main gate Nio statue Jyojyuin Temple Stairs of approach Temple Square
Rakan hall Buddhist saint Belfry Enma hall Enma great king
Main hall Five-storied pagoda Five-storied pagoda Suien Daigan pagoda

 After getting off at Nakayama Kannon station on Hankyu train and going north, you can see the main gate of Nakayamadera temple. Nakayamadera temple is a Shingon sect with many pilgrims visiting. The official history of the temple, recorded that the temple was founded by Prince Shotoku, in the 6th century. It is one of the most popular temples in the region. Today's buildings of this temple were mainly built by Toyotomi Hideyori in the 17th century. Hideyori was a son of Toyotomi Hideyoshi who unified Japan in the 16th century.

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