Ryuun-ji Temple

Travel Guide - Ryuun-ji Temple

Information

Ryuun-ji Temple is an ancient 600 year old temple belonging to the Soji-ji branch of the Jodo sect.
On the coffered ceiling of the main hall is a ink brush painting of a giant dragon by Korenobu Kano and contains many important cultural artifacts, including all 600 volumes of the Daihan-nyakyo, a designated as a prefectural cultural asset.

Opening Hours

  • Open 24 hours

Closed

  • No closing days

Access / Public Transport

  • 15 minutes taxi ride from JR Miho-Misumi Station

Address / Location

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Tweets

John Lander @asiaimages - 2019-08-15
Stock Photo - Ryuun-ji Temple Garden, sometimes spelled Ryuoun-ji or Ryounji, has two distinct gardens: The Muryoju… https://t.co/mp5NeQDkJN