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Sōken-ji

Sōken-ji Karihondo.

Sōken-ji (摠見寺, Sōken-ji?) is a temple of the Rinzai school Myōshin-ji sect of Zen. It is located in the Azuchi area of Ōmihachiman, Shiga Prefecture, Japan.
The temple was donated by Oda Nobunaga to Azuchi Castle during the Azuchi-Momoyama period in the Tenshō era.
On 16 November 1854, Sōken-ji was lost to accidental fire.
After the Meiji period, the Karihondō of Sōken-ji was reconstructed at the house of Tokugawa Ieyasu in the ruins of Azuchi Castle.
Entrance fee[edit]
Entrance fee 500 yen a.m. 9:00-p.m.4:00(Every day) Entrance fee for Sōken-ji’s hondō (Sundays and Holidays) 500 yen (only over 15 years old) with Japanese tea set.
Transportation[edit]
The temple is accessible from JR Azuchi Station on the Biwako Line by walking 30 minutes.
The National Highway Route 8 passes through the town.
External links[edit]

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Sōken-ji.

Azuchi Castle Photo Gallery at PHOTOGUIDE.JP

Coordinates: 35°09′22″N 136°08′22″E / 35.156022°N 136.139361°E / 35.156022; 136.139361

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