Minamimido(Higashi Honganji Namba Betsuin Temple)

みなみみどう(ひがしほんがんじなんばべついん)

Other languages :日本語

投稿日:2012/09/18 更新日:

Minamimido(Higashi Honganji Namba Betsuin Temple)

 This is a temple of the Shinshu Ohtani Sect that separated from the Jodo Shinshu Buddhist Sect in the 16th century. The South Mido Hall was built in 1598, and for a while served as the head temple. In the Edo period (1603 to 1867) “haiku” poet, Matsuo Basho, passed away near here, and a stone monument engraved with his dying words stands in the temple.

Search route from current location
Additional information
●Tel : 06(6251)5820
●Open: 9:00~14:30
Address
4-1-11, Kyutaromachi, Chuo-ku
Transportation
Subway:Midosuji Line:Hommachi station(M18) ・Yotsubashi Line:Hommachi station(Y13) ・Chuo Line:Hommachi station(C16)
Was this Information helpful?
Yes Not really
0 of 0 people found this helpful.
同じエリアにこんなスポットがあります!
Aburakake Jizo-son Buddhist Statue

This Bodhisattva was named this way because of the custom of worshippers splashing (“kake&#822 …

心斎橋北商店街
Shinsaibashisuji North Shopping Arcade

 Connecting the fashion center of Shinsaibashi to the business area of Honmachi, this row of 88 shop …

Associated with Chubee & Umekawa

The Awajimachi town area is where Chubee and Umekawa, who appeared in the Joruri puppet theater play …

湯木美術館
Yuki Museum of Art

This museum opened in 1987 with a collection donated by Teiichi Yuki, the famous gourmet. It has an …

せんば心斎橋筋
Senba Shinsaibashisuji Shopping Arcade

Senba, known as the town of merchants, has more than 300 years of history behind it. Nowadays, the t …