Kongobu-ji is the head temple of Koyasan Shingon Buddhism located Koyasan, Wakayama Prefecture. Kongobu-ji is the name of the entire mountain of Koyasan. The current building was used to be Seiganji temple, but in eary Meiji era, Seiganji and Kouzanji marged and changed its name to Kongobuji as the head of all Koyasan Shingon Buddhism. The current building was constructed in 1863.
Constructed in 1593.
The bell tower constructed in 1864.
Ohiroma and Jibutsuma room.
Ceremony Room with many painting. Some of the painting was drawn in late 15th century.
The largest Stone style garden in Japan. White stones represent the sky cloud and 2 dragons protects the deep temple.
Olde reception room for the emperor.
Official Web site: http://www.koyasan.or.jp/kongobuji/