Hokke-ji (法華寺 Hokke-ji), is a Buddhist temple in the city of Nara, Japan.
Hokke-ji was built by Empress Kōmyō in 745, originally as a nunnery temple on the grounds where her father Fujiwara no Fuhito’s mansion stood. According to records kept by the temple, the initial construction went on until around 782. It once had a large complex with several halls, gates, and two pagodas. Source: wiki
Takayama: Hokke-ji Temple
Hokke-ji Tempelanlage, Takayama
Takayama: Hokke-ji Temple

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