Ichijō-ji

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Hokkesan Ichijō-ji
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Pagoda
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Denomination Tendai
Founded 650
Founder(s) Hōdō
Address 821-17, Sakamoto, Kasai, Hyogo 675-2222
Country Japan

The Hokkesan Ichijō-ji (法華山一乗寺?) is a temple of the Tendai sect in Kasai, Hyōgo, Japan. It was established by Emperor Kōtoku's instruction in 650.

The pagoda at Ichijō-ji completed in 1171 is a National Treasure of Japan. The architectural style is that of wayō (和様?) (literally "Japanese style").

Ichijō-ji is temple No.26 in the Kansai Kannon Pilgrimage.

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. It was rebuilt in 1628.

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Coordinates: 34°51′33″N 134°49′08″E / 34.8593°N 134.819°E / 34.8593; 134.819