Tenryū-ji

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Tenryū-ji
Tenryū-ji
Tenryū-ji
Tenryū-ji
Tenryū-ji
Tenryū-ji
Tenryū-ji
Tenryū-ji

Tenryū-ji is head temple of Rinzai Tenryū sect in Susukinobabacho Ukyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto. Tenryū-ji has been a World Heritage Site as part of the “Historic Monuments of Ancient Kyoto”. In the place where there was a Kameyama palace of Emperor Gosaga, 1339, because Ashikaga Takauji is mourn the Emperor Godaigo, it is a Zen temple was founded the Musō Soseki as founding. “Sogenchi-Garden” is a well-known, and has been cited as one of the Kyoto autumnal leaves attractions. Tenryū-ji has been a World Heritage Site as part of the “Historic Monuments of Ancient Kyoto”.

  • 【Address】
    68, Sagatenryuji Susukinobabacho, Ukyo-ku Kyoto-shi, Kyoto, 616-8385, Japan
  • 【Established】
    A.D.1344
  • 【Founder】
    Ashikaga Takauji
  • 【Patriarch】
    Musō Soseki
  • 【Sect】
    Rinzai Tenryu-ji sect
  • 【Admission Time】
    Summer: 8:30-17:30
    Winter (Oct. 21-Mar. 20): 8:30-17:00
  • 【Fee】
    Garden only:
     High School Students and older ¥500
     Jr. High and Elementary School Students ¥300
    Tenryu-ji Garden and Buildings:
     Admission fees are the same as above, plus ¥100
    Special Admission to the Cloud-Dragon Painting in the Hatto (Dharma Hall):
    ¥500
  • 【Access】
    Keifuku Railway “Arashiyama Station”(A 1-minute walk)
    Hankyu Train “Arashiyama Station”(A 15-minute walk)
  • 【HP】

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