KOSHOJI TEMPLE UJI
Koshoji Temple is a Buddhist temple of the Soto sect. Koshoji Temple is a training centre for the Eiheiji School, was moved to its current site in Uji from Fukakusa in Kyoto in 1648 after it had been destroyed after repeated wars. Koshoji Temple is most famous for its Kotozaka Slope, which leads from the main gate and is lined with cherry blossoms in the spring.
Koshoji Temple Uji
Koshoji Temple Address:
Uji District, Uji, Kyoto Prefecture.
KOSHOJI TEMPLE UJI MAP
Koshoji Temple Uji is indicated by the red marker.
Author: Craig Fryer