SpotHoryuji Temple 3

The highlight of this area is Horyuji Temple. It was built at the beginning of the 7th century by Prince Shotoku, famous for drawing up Japan’s first national constitution, and Emperor Suiko. The present buildings, which were rebuilt in the 8th century, are designated as a World Heritage site as the oldest wooden structures in the world. Horyuji was Japan's first designation as a World Heritage site.

Horyuji Temple 3

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奈良県生駒郡斑鳩町法隆寺山内1-1

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0745-75-2555

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