Erected in the middle of the Muromachi era, it is oldest Buddhist temple in Ehime prefecture. Displaying the height of the Muromachi period culture it has been designated a tangible cultural property of Ehime Prefecture. It has been restored in the Edo period, and remains in a good state to the present day.
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Built primarily for irrigation purpose, the Nakayama lake, with the surrounding park invites people to encounter nature in its satoyama l...
From ancient times the shrine is befriended with “Mima’s Oinarisan”. Enshrined on the grounds of Ryūkō-ji The main shrine is a representa...
Shikoku’s pilgrimage’s 41st temple catches the eye with a red torii at the temple gates. Widely known as “Mima’s Oinarisan", it’s or...