Zenkoji Temple


From olden times, Zenkoji Temple has not belonged to any particular denomination making it an unusual temple attracting followers from all over the country.

It dates back to about the 8th century and within the grounds of its precincts are countless monuments and buildings with legends of lore locked inside. Among these include the Hondo (the largest temple architecture in Eastern Japan), Sanmon, Kyozo, Chureiden, etc. To the east of the temple are the Joyama Park, known for its cherry blossoms, and the Shinano and Higashiyama art museums.



Address:
Motoyoshi-cho 491, Nagano-City 380         TEL: 026(234)3591

(Clickable map)

Zenkoji-Nippon-Chureiden, Kyozo, Office, Zenkoji-Hondo, Sinran-Seizinzo, Bell Tower, Daikanjin, Hosyo-Ike, San-Mon, Nure-Botoke, Six-jizo, Niomon, Daihongan


Video Clippings of Zenkoji

(Please watch these movies with the feeling that you are actually strolling around the grounds.)

1. To Nio-Mon

Quick Time(531 Kbytes) AVI File(1 Mbytes)

2. To San-Mon

Quick Time(534 Kbytes) AVI File(1 Mbytes)

3. To Zenkoji Hondo

Quick Time(334 Kbytes) AVI File(604 Kbytes)


Other Servers on Zenkoji

NCB Guide (Japanese only)

Recommended Sightseeing Spots (Japanese only)


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