Created 22-Oct-12
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Hidden very quietly in the north of sacred Koya-san (Koya Mountain) sits the Renge-ji temple in Sakyo-ku, kyoto. It’s not so far from the Kokusaikaikan hall. You will be surprised with as much as some 300 stone Buddhist images at the left hand side of the path just after going through the gateway. The extensive main garden (Chisen Kaiyushiki Garden) was made by Ishikawa Jozan. Many stone statues were unearthed during construction of Kawaramachi-dori and are now located within the gates at Renge-ji.
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