The ganko-ji temple

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 The ganko-ji temple is the temple which is subscribed to the world's cultural and natural heritage.The temple which is the formal Buddhist temple to have formed in this place of the Buddhism which was born far at the place in India and was spread via the cyugoku and Korean Peninsula, being first is ganko-ji temple.Origin was called Hoko-ji and was changed to the ganko-ji temple in 718.The Japanese first tile is used for the roof at the nave and in zen Muro in thousands of sheets, at present, too.

Location  The Nara Prefecture Nara City Chuin Cho 11 address
Institution  -
Traffic  15 minutes of be walking from 10 minutes of walking/Kintetsunara station from JR Nara station
Parking  Being
Reference  Ganko-ji temple National Research Institute for Cultural Properties