Konkaikōmyō-ji

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Konkaikōmyōji
金戒光明寺
Konkaikōmyō-ji, Kyoto, Japan.jpg
Konkaikōmyōji (Kurodani Temple)
Basic information
Location 121, Kurodani-cho, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto
Geographic coordinates 35°01′11″N 135°47′17″E / 35.0196°N 135.7880°E / 35.0196; 135.7880Coordinates: 35°01′11″N 135°47′17″E / 35.0196°N 135.7880°E / 35.0196; 135.7880
Affiliation Jōdo-shū
Deity Amitābha
Country Japan
Website http://www.kurodani.jp/
Architectural description
Founder Hōnen
Completed 1175

Konkaikōmyōji (金戒光明寺?), also the Kurodani Temple, is a Buddhist temple in Kyoto, Japan. It is one of Head Temple of the Jōdo Sect of Buddhism.


Grave in Konkaikōmyōji

The graves of Aizu and Kuwana men who died at the Battle of Toba-Fushimi are located at this temple.

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