Kokeizan-Eiho-ji

Eiho-ji is a temple of the Rinzai Zen Sect Nanzen-ji party in Tajimi-shi, Gifu. Sango is called Kokei-zan in zensatsu in the hill in Tokikawa ridge. Foundation in Kamakura era last years and 1313. Kannondo and Kaizando are designated as national treasure. A type of Japanese garden with a pond in the centre in a temple is designated in a national scenic spot.

A planted gingko tree commemorates it, and is designated as Tajimi-shi natural monument. The last ten days are beautiful in particular a season of the autumnal tints of the best time from the middle of November.

Address: Kokeizancho 1-40, Tajimi-shi, Gifu (GoogleMap)

http://www.kokei.or.jp/

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Kokeizan Eiho-ji 35.346941, 137.130779 Kokeizan Eiho-ji

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