Koyasan Reihokan Museum

Koyasan Reihokan Museum

[A Treasury of the Fine Arts from Esoteric Buddhism]
Koyasan Reihokan Museum was built in 1921 in order to preserve the cultural properties of the temples in Koyasan. The building of the museum included in the World Heritage site of Koyasan designated in 2004. As a world's Common treasure,Koyasan Reihokan Museum attracts the global attention. The temples in Koyasan own 21 articles of national treasures and 149 articles of important cultural assets today. However,Koyasan has lived through the history of conflagrations and has lost great numbers of cultural assets. Kongobuji,as the head temple,built this museum to preserve the assets remained and share the cultural value with the public in 1921.

[Admission Fee]
Admission fee: Adults 600yen Students; College / Senior high school 350yen *student ID required Junior high school / Elementary school 250yen We offer the group discount rate from 20 people. The combined ticket is also available to see the sites below. Reihokan Museum / kondo / Kongobuji / Daishi Kyokai / Tokugawake Reidai

From Koyasan Station to Reihokan Museum, visitors may take the Nankai Rinkan bus. The Nankai Rinkan Bus Terminal is just in front of Koyasan Station. Take the bus for Daimon and get off at Reihokan-mae.



Postal Code
306 Koyasan Koya-cyo Ito-gun,Wakayama 648-0211 Japan
Opening Hours ; May - Oct. 8:30 - 17:30 Last Admission 17:00 Nov - Apr. 8:30 - 17:00 Last Admission 16:30
Days closed ; New Year's holiday period (Dec.28th - Jan.4th)


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