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The Hokkesan Ichijō-ji (法華山一乗寺) is a temple of the Tendai sect in Kasai, Hyōgo, Japan. It was established by Emperor Kōtoku's instruction in 650. The pagoda at Ichijō-ji completed in 1171 is a National Treasure of Japan. The architectural style is wayō (和様) (literally "Japanese style"). Ichijō-ji is temple No. 26 in the Kansai Kannon Pilgrimage.

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1 Building list 2 See also 3 Gallery 4 External links

Building list[edit]

Pagoda - National Treasure. It was built in 1171. Main Hall - Important Cultural Property

. It was rebuilt in 1628.

Gohōdō - Important Cultural Property Myokendō - Important Cultural Property Bentendō - Important Cultural Property Jōgyōdō Kaizandō Taishidō Bell tower

See also[edit]

National Treasures of Japan

List of National Treasures of Japan (temples) List of National Treasures of Japan (paintings)

Gallery[edit]

Main Hall (Hondō)

Jōgyōdō

Bell tower

Kaizandō

Kasa-Tōba

External links[edit]

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Ichijoji.

Ichijoji Temple Hyogo Tourism Guide--The Official HYOGO Website--KOBE HIMEJI TAKARAZUKA- Japanese Landscape and Locations Ichijo-ji 一乗寺 法華山 一乗寺  加西市観光案内 (Japanese) 法華山一乗寺 かさい観光Navi (Japanese)

Coordinates: 34°51′33″N 134°49′08″E / 34.8593°N 134.819°E / 34.8593; 134.819

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Buddhist temples in Japan

Japanese Buddhist architecture

Architectonic elements

hidden roof hisashi irimoya kaerumata: see nakazonae kairō karahafu karesansui kentozuka: see nakazonae komainu katōmado mokoshi moya nakazonae Niō or Kongōrikishi sandō shichidō garan shōrō sōrin tokyō tōrō onigawara

Mon (gates)

karamon nijūmon niōmon rōmon sanmon sōmon torii

Buildings

Chinjusha chōzuya/temizuya -dō main hall (kon-dō, hon-dō, butsuden) kuri kyōzō or kyō-dō shoin

Japanese pagodas

gorintō hōkyōintō hōtō kasatōba sotōba muhōtō tahōtō

Styles

Daibutsuyō Wayō Setchūyō Shoin-zukuri Shin-Wayō Zenshūyō Ōbaku Zen architecture

Others

A-un ken

Schools and objects of worship

Major schools

Jōdo Nichiren Shingon Tendai

Zen schools

Sōtō Ōbaku Rinzai

Nanto rokushū

Jōjitsu Hossō Kusha Kegon Ritsu Sanron

Objects of worship

Amida Nyōrai Benzaiten Dainichi Nyorai Jizō Kannon Marishi-ten Shaka Nyorai Shitennō (Four Kings) Twelve Heavenly Generals (Jūni Shinshō) Yakushi Nyorai

Other elements

Implements

kei (ritual gong) mokugyō

Others

bussokuseki butsudan Glossary of Japanese Buddhism Japanese Buddhist pantheon jingū-ji miyadera saisenbako

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