Byodoin Temple

Uji is located southeast of Kyoto in the southern part of the prefecture. In ancient times, it flourished as a crossroad that connected Nara and Kyoto over the Uji-gawa River. Byodo-in Temple on the west bank of the Uji-gawa River was once a villa of Fujiwara-no-Michinaga and his son, the powerful Fujiwara-no-Yorimichi, until he turned it into a temple in the mid-11th century. The national treasure Ho-o-do Hall in Byodo-in Temple was built facing the Ajiga-ike Pond. It is said to have been constructed as a way to realize the paradise that the nobles at that time dreamed about. In the center of the building is the enshrined image of Amida-nyorai Buddha.

Byodoin Temple

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    • Area : Kyoto Uji, Kyoto, JP
    • Type : Ryokan
    • Code : 5329-002

    The ryokan is situated in an area where the aristocracy lived during the Heian period and its beautiful location is described in the Tale of Genji and the Man'yoshu poems.

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