Ninna-ji Temple

Ninna-ji Temple

Japan

Ninna-ji Temple was founded in 888 by the 59th emperor, Emperor Uda. It was designated a World Heritage Site in 1994. It is also famous for a grove of locally cultivated, late blooming cherry trees called Omuro Zakura. Every year the Cherry Blossom Festival is scheduled to coincide with the bloom of the Omuro Zakura.

Information

Address:
33, Omuroouchi, Ukyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto, Japan

Map

Directions:
3 minutes walk from Randen Kitano Line Omuro Ninna-ji Station

Best Season:
All Year

Reference:
TEL +81-75-461-1155

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Update:2020/04/26

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