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Yoshimine-dera Temple

The herbal baths at Yoshimine-dera Temple are said to be beneficial for neuralgia sufferers, as is praying to the Kannon at the main hall; hence Yoshimine-dera's nickname, "Neuralgia Temple."
 
This temple was founded in 1029 by the priest Gensan. It was bestowed an imperial rank by Emperor Go-Ichijo in 1034. This is the 20th temple on the Saigoku Kannon pilgrimage.

Temples & Shrines

Yoshimine-dera Temple

The herbal baths at Yoshimine-dera Temple are said to be beneficial for neuralgia sufferers, as is praying to the Kannon at the main hall; hence Yoshimine-dera's nickname, "Neuralgia Temple."
 
This temple was founded in 1029 by the priest Gensan. It was bestowed an imperial rank by Emperor Go-Ichijo in 1034. This is the 20th temple on the Saigoku Kannon pilgrimage.
Address
Oharano-koshio-machi, Nishikyo-ku
Tel
+81-75-331-0020
Entrance Fee: Adults 400 yen / Children 200 yen
 
Hours: 8:00-17:00
 
Access: 20 minutes by taxi from Hankyu Nagaoka-tenjin Station