Kosho-ji Temple which there is in Uji of Kyoto is ascetic practices temple of the Soto sect.
Many monk practicing asceticisms train themselves every day in this temple.
In addition, the approach to a shrine of this temple has length of 200m, and a popular name is called “koto hill(琴坂)”.
There is this temple in the place that is near to Ujigami-jinja Shrine and Byodo-in Temple.
↓Visit article of Byodo-in Temple is here.↓
↓Visit article of Ujigami-jinja Shrine is here.↓
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- About Kosho-ji Temple
- Highlight of Kosho-ji Temple
- Goshuin(shrine seal or stamp) of Kosho-ji Temple
- How to get to Kosho-ji Temple
This temple is ascetic practices temple of the Soto sect not a general sightseeing temple.
I think that you can taste the atmosphere of the Japanese original temple.
When the outskirts of the Uji River are autumn, colored leaves are very beautiful.
The koto Hill is known as a noted place of colored leaves.
Nearest station of Kosho-ji Temple is “Keihan Uji Line Uji Station” or “JR Uji Station”.
How did you like it?
I think that you can taste the atmosphere of the Japanese original temple. (○´艸｀)
Please try to go by all means.
Have a nice trip! ( *´艸｀)