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Shitenno-ji Temple

* The Hydrangea of Shitenno-ji Temple

  • Shitenno-ji Temple

  • Shitenno-ji Temple
    • Shitenno-ji is a temple in Tennoji-ku, Osaka-shi, and is set to one of the Shoutokutaishi erection 7 temple.
    • It is "the temple of the Shoutokutaishi erection" made into the originator of Japanese Buddhism, and has been independent of all the Buddhism-position that does not adhere to many cults of the existing Buddhism as "a temple of the beginning of Japanese Buddhism" as a Washu head temple in 1946.
    • Shitenno-ji is called oldest thing as a full-scale Buddhist temple in Japan together with Hoko-ji(Asuka-dera).

The cherry tree of Shitenno-ji.

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    Access to Shitenno-ji Temple

  • [Address]
  •     1-11-18, Shitennoji, Tennoji-ku, Osaka-city
  • [Access]
  •     JR/Subway: 12-minutes walk from Tennoji Station.
  •     Subway(tanimati line): 5-minutes walk from Shitennoji-yuhigaoka Station.
  •     Kintetsu minamiosaka line: 14-minutes walk from Abenobashi Station.
  • [The link to a website]
  •     The website of "Shitenno-ji Temple"(Japanese)

* The hydrangea of Shitenno-ji Temple