Once divided into Seigan-ji and Kozan-ji, in 1869, these two temples were unified and formed Kongobu-ji. It is the religious headquarters of the Koyasan Shingon sect, and is the place where the main buildings of the Sohonzan Kongobu-ji are located. Many of the existing buildings are those of Seigan-ji, centered by Daishuden and Okushoin, Prefectural Designated Cultural Properties such as Kyozo, Shoro, Sinzendo, Gomado, Sammon, Ekamon and Kagobei stand in the compound.
Nationally Designated Cultural Properties
|Prefectural Designated Cultural Property||Daishuden, Okushoin, Kyozo, Shoro, Sinzendo, Gomado, Sammon, Ekamon and Kagobei|