Also known as Omuro Gosho, Ninna-ji Temple was built in 888. Within the large compound there stand two important cultural properties—the five-story pagoda and the niomon gate—and a national treasure, the main hall. Many of the temple's assets are displayed in the Reiho-kan Museum, including the sedentary statue of the deity Aizen Myo. It is also famous for its 200 squat cherry blossom trees, collectively known as Omurozakura, that are as short as two meters and bloom last in Kyoto.
Photo provided by: Ninna-ji Temple
[Fee] Free to walk around the temple grounds
During the Omurozakura cherry blossom season: Adults (High school students and above): 500 yen; Children (Elementary and junior high school students): 300 yen
Goten and Reiho-kan Museum (Limited-time only): 500 yen
[Access] City Bus from JR Kyoto Station, and a short walk from the Omuro Ninnaji-mae bus stop;
approx. 3 min. walk from Omura Ninnaji Station on the Keifuku Electric Railroad
[Credit Card Payment] Not accepted
[Foreign Language Support] Yes
- Postal Code
- 33, Omuroouchi, Ukyo-ku, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture
*last entry 30 mins. before close
*Hours may be shortened due to contagious diseases, etc.
- Open year-round
- 1 Dec 2020