|Title||[World Heritage] Kyoo Gokoku-ji|
|Address||1 Kujyo-cho, Minami-ku, Kyoto-city, 601-8473 Japan|
Commonly known as the Shimogamo Shrine.
A Buddhist temple established in 796 as one of the two imperial temples built on the east and west sides of the gate of Heian-kyo. It is an important landmark which helps orient oneself with the layout and scale of Heian-kyo. The Kondo (main hall), Gojunoto (five-storied pagoda), Daishido (originally the residence of the priest Kobo-daishi, the founder of the Shingon sect of Buddhism), and Renge-mon (lotus gate) are National Treasures.
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