Ishiyamadera Temple° 7°ň
[ID] 3483°°°°( ID:3483 )
[Photographer] unknown
[Place] Shiga
[Date] unknown
[Color] mono
[Size] 90x53
[Cabinet] 71-42-0
[Keyword] temple/scenic spot
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The precincts of Ishiyamadera Temple seen from the front of the Main Hall . During the Heian Period, aristocratic women worshipped at the temple, and in later years it attracted many commoners as the 13th temple in the circuit of the 33 Holy Kannon temple of Western Japan. The Main Hall, just behind the tile-roofed Rennyodo, burned to the ground in 1096 and was later rebuilt.