AOL Travel
Print

Honnoji Temple, Kyoto

Honnoji Temple - Kyoto, Japan
Honnoji Temple
522 Shimohonnojimae-cho, Kyoto, Japan 604-8091Map
Teramachi-dori, Oike-sagaru
+81 75 231 5335
Neighborhood: Nakagyo-ku
Overview

This city-center Nichiren temple dates from 1415, but like most Kyoto temples it was destroyed by fire. The existing structure you see was rebuilt in 1587. The temple is famous for its connection with the warlord Oda Nobunaga, who committed suicide near here after betrayal by one of his generals, Mitsuhide Akechi. A monument to Nobunaga stands in the grounds. Admission: Free

Write a Review

How would you rate your overall experience with Honnoji Temple?
Honnoji Temple General Information
  • Type: Religious
  • Nearest Train: Tozai
AOL Traveler Rating
0 POSITIVE Vote » Thanks for voting!
0 NEGATIVE Vote » Thanks for voting!
ADVERTISEMENT