Kosho-Ji Temple

Founded in 1441, Kosho-Ji is Uchiko City’s main temple and features many interesting architectural point of interest. Its Sanmon (Main gate) built around 1754 is surrounded by cherry trees, as well as the second entrance gate (Chujyakumon) and its unique corridor connecting both the monastery and the temple warehouse. The Main hall, built in 1717 is surrounded by both the temple dormitory, also built in 1717 and a Zendo (Zen-do) known as a meditation hall or spiritual dojo where zazen (sitting meditation) is practiced.


117 Shiromawari, Uchiko-chō, Kita-gun, Ehime-ken 791-3310, Japan

+81 893-44-2409

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