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Daitoku-ji Temple Juko-in Kyoto
Sightseeing
Area Japan  >  Kyoto  >  Kyoto
Description Daitokuji Temple is a large temple complex with 22 sub-temples including some with famous Japanese gardens. Daitokuji Temple is well known and recognised for its beauty and is a designated Special Place of Scenic Beauty.
Jukō-in is a sub-temple of Daitoku-ji, Kyoto, Japan. Founded in 1566 as the mortuary temple of Miyoshi Nagayoshi, in 1589 Sen no Rikyū designated it as the mortuary temple for his family.[1] The Hondō (1583) and chashitsu (1739) are Important Cultural Properties and the gardens have been designated a Place of Scenic Beauty. A painting of Miyoshi Nagayoshi (1566) has also been designated an Important Cultural Property.The temple also contains a great number of fusuma paintings done by Kano Eitoku.
Special admission is between 3/1/2016-3/26-2016.
You just make reservation from the URL attached below, although it is Japanese web.
Budget \2000 ~ 
Phone No. 075-492-6880
HP http://kyotoshunju.com/wordpress/?temple=daitokuji-jukoin

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