Mampuku-ji




Manpuku-ji the head temple of Obakushu in Kyoto Uji. It is founded by was a Chinese high priest Ingenryuki. Because such as cathedral and culture of Manpuku-ji are made in China Ming late style, precincts will feel the different atmosphere with a Japanese temple. Not only Chinese Architecture by Japan of Ingen Zen master, it is said that Chinese culture, such as kidney beans and watermelon and bamboo shoots and lotus root was brought to Japan.

  • 【Address】
    3-34, Gokasho, Uji-shi, Kyoto, 611-0011, Japan
  • 【Established】
    A.D.1661
  • 【Founder】
    Ingen
  • 【Sect】
    Obaku sect
  • 【Admission Time】
    9:00-17:00 Reception area closes at 16:30
  • 【Fee】
    High School Students and older ¥500
    Jr. High and Elementary School Students ¥300
  • 【Access】
    JR Nara Line “Ōbaku Station”(A 5-minute walk)
    Keihan Train Uji Line “Ōbaku Station”(A 5-minute walk)
  • 【HP】
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Posted in 洛南・山科エリア.