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Separated by upper and lower ghee (the ultimate truth of Buddhism), around 100 earthworm pagodas are located within the precincts. It is believed that the 5-storey pagoda of Daigoji Temple is the oldest in Kyoto, and regarded as a National Treasure. Chokushi-mon (Gate for Imperial envoys), located in the Honbo Sanboin, has been designated as an important cultural asset, and the Omoteshoin is also proud of its status as a national treasure. The vast garden is a special scenic and historical spot of beauty said to have been designed by Hideyoshi Toyotomi. Daigoji Temple is always full of beauty and color, from the cherry blossoms in spring, to the autumnal colors of the maple, mantenboshi, and ginkgo trees in fall.
22, Daigo Higashi Oji Town, Fushimi Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture, 601-1325
[Normal Periods] ・Adults: ￥800 ・Junior High / High School Students: ￥600 *Elementary School Students and younger enter for free (These prices only applicable for times outside spring and fall) [Spring / Fall] ・Adults: ￥1,500 ・Junior High / High School Students: ￥1,000 *Elementary School Students and younger enter for free Spring / Fall: Mar 20th - May 15th, Oct 15th - Dec 10th
・9:00 - 17:00 (Mar 1st - First Sunday of Dec) ・9:00 - 16:30 (Day after first Sunday of Dec - late-Feb) *Admission tickets stop being sold 1-hour before closing time (Last entry 30-minutes before closing time)
Approx. 10-minute walk from Daigo Station on the Tozai Metro Line
Approx. 30-minutes from JR Kyoto Station by bus from bus stand Hachijoguchi H4. Alight at "Daigoji" bus stop.
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