SpotToshodai-ji Temple

Toshodai-ji Temple to the north of Yakushi-ji was built during the Heian period (794-1192) by Ganjin, a Chinese Buddhist priest who came to Japan, as a school for priests to study religious precepts. Toshodai-ji is designated a World Heritage site.

Toshodai-ji Temple

唐招提寺

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