JAPANESE ARCHITECTURE IN KYOTO
IKKYU-JI TEMPLE (SHUON-AN) No.1
- Address: Aza-Takigi, Kyotanabe City
- Phone: 07746-2-0193
- Open: 9:00-17:00
- Fee: 400yen
- Access: Ikkyuji-michi busstop from Shin-tanabe station by Kintetsu Railway or Tanabe station by JR Katamachi Line.
- Comments: Re-established as Shuon-an by Monk Ikkyu in 1455-6(Muromachi Period).
- The approach from Chumon(main gate) to Hojo(residence).
- The building in the center of picture is a Kuri(main building) built in 1650(Keian 3).
- North garden of Hojo. It is said that the garden was designed by Shoka-do Shojo, Sagawada Kiroku and Ishikawa Jozan.
- Early Edo Period Zen garden.
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