Hosenin Temple

Hosenin is a temple in Ohara district in Kyoto that holds many mysteries and delights of natural beauty. From the garden view framed by temple pillars and ceilings to the soothing sound of water dripping against a buried jar, to the traces of blood on the ceiling left behind by fallen samurai, Hosenin is a fascinating place to explore no matter where your interests lie.

Address: 187 Ohara Shorin-in-cho, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto

Website: www.hosenin.net   

Tel: 075-744-2409

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