Jisonin Kudoyama Town Ito, County Wakayama Prefecture [MAP 3-C]
This temple was built on the south side of the Kinokawa River about 20km down the Koya Mountains to administrate and facilitate the construction of Kongobu-ji. At the entrance of the pilgrimage route Koyasan Choishimichi, this temple provided accommodation to pilgrims and received religious attention.
Sitting in the Main Hall Mirokudo is the wooden National Treasure Miroku-bosatsu.
Nationally Designated Cultural Properties
|Historic Site||Compound ( Koya Sankeimichi Cho-ishimichi )|
|Important Cultural Property||Mirokudo (including stone-exprosed-plank and ridge board)|