Summary of Muro-ji
Muro-ji is (室生寺) a Shingon sect temple in Uda, Nara, Japan.
The scene where a lot of Buddha statues including Shaka Nyorai, which is enshrined in Kondo, lined up is magnificent.
Autumn leaves are best view about the end of November. Cherry blossoms are best view about the beginning of April.
In autumn, special night visit will be held.
9:00 to 16:00 (from Dec. 1 to Mar. 31)
8:30 to 17:00 (from Apr. 1 to Nov. 30)
Japanese website http://www.murouji.or.jp/
Photographs of Muro-ji
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Niomon (Gate of Deva King)
Kondo (Main Hall)
Kondo is designated as a national treasure.
Goju-no-to (Five-storied Pagoda)
Goju-no-to is designated as a national treasure.
Map around Muro-ji
Directions to Muro-ji
From Kintetsu Muroguchi-Ono station
Nara kotsu bus Muroguchi-Ono Sta. -(14 minutes)- Muroji
(Route 43, bound for Muroji)
2 minutes walk after getting off