Imakumano Kannon-ji (今熊野観音寺)

Imakumano Kannon-ji (今熊野観音寺)

Imakumano-Kannon-ji is a temple of Higashiyama which was founded in the 9th century. While not on every tourist map, it is a nice stop if you plan to visit Seiryu-ji and Unryuu-in which are nearby. The temple is reached through a small bridge under maple trees which, of course, look best in autumn. There's also a nice little pagoda perched in the hill which provides a moderately interesting viewpoint on the southern part of the Higashiyama district of Kyoto.

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Nearby: Raigō-in 来迎院 (80m), Sennyū-ji 泉涌寺 (220m), Unryū-in 雲龍院‎ (280m), Hōon-in 法音院 (350m), Goshanotaki Jinja 五社之瀧神社 (510m), Fushikura Daijin 伏倉大神 (530m), Sokushū-in 即宗院 (580m), Ryōgin-an 龍吟庵 (620m), Kaizan-dō 開山堂 (670m), Shōrin-ji 勝林寺 (670m),...

External links: Website, ウィキペディア, Kyoto Navi, Kyoto Design, 京都風光, Marutake, そうだ京都, Satellite view, Map

Keywords: Japan, 日本, Japon, Kyoto, 京都, 東山, Higashiyama, 今熊野観音寺, temple, 寺院, 仏閣, Imano Kannon-ji

Photos of Imakumano Kannon-ji:

Ema tablets, Imakumano Kannon-ji (今熊野観音寺)
Decorated post, Imakumano Kannon-ji (今熊野観音寺)
Bell rope with pilgrim tokens, Imakumano Kannon-ji (今熊野観音寺)
  • id: 297, 6 photos (7 extra photos can be found in the archive).