Bicchu Kokubun-ji Temple


Bicchu Kokubun-ji Temple is one of the best places to travel in Soja-shi, Okayama Prefecture, Japan. Here're guides for attractions, hours, access, map, spots nearby, and photos of Bicchu Kokubun-ji Temple posted by Japanese travelers in the know.
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Nostalgic Scenery Of Five-storied Pagoda In Okayama

You can't find five-storied pagoda elsewhere in Okayama. Located among the vast rice fields, this pagoda is a symbol of Kibi-ji Road and has Japanese nostalgic scenery. This area is popular for not only walking but also for cycling.
The former temple had been built in Nara period and now this building was rebuilt in Edo period. The five-storied pagoda is a National Important Cultural Asset.



1046 Kambayashi, soja-shi, okayama


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Nearby Things To Do

Kibitsu Shrine

Beautiful Cloister As Long As 400m At A Shrine Of Momotaro Folklore

This is a shrine of Kibitsuhiko-no Mikoto, a model of an Japanese folk tale 'Momotaro'. Its precinct is huge and has many things to see. Among them, beautiful cloister as long as 400 meters making the best use of nature slope is the very highlight. You can see the scenery of impressive atmosphere.

Kurashiki Bikan Historical Quarter

the Enjoying a Flavor of Bikan Area with White Wall Buildings in a Boat

The area called 'White Wall Town' is many beautiful japanese tradistional buildings with white wall. You can enjoy the boating activity on Kurashiki river with spectacle time-slipped.

Takahashi River Bridge Of Ibara Line

Railroad Fans Must See! The Most Outstanding Curve With The Setting Sun

716meters long track, and train runs smoothly like Shinkansen, though on the bridge.

Kurashiki Ivy Square

A Square Surrounded By The Romantic Red Bricks

The old spinning mill was remodeled into a hotel and restaurant. Surrounded by red bricks and ivy, this square is full of retro atmosphere.

Ohara Art Museum

The First Museum Of Western Modern Art In Japan

It's a landmark of Kurashiki. The structure like a genuine Greek Temple is splendid.

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