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Onjōji Temple’s dining hall (Shaka-dō)

Onjōji Temple’s dining hall (Shaka-dō)
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Simple residential style building with a hiwadabuki style roof. It’s been told that it was moved and rebuilt from the Seiryōden of Kyoto Imperial Palace. It was used as dining room from the priests and the disciples of the temple. Now, as it enshrines the statue of Shakanyorai , it is called Shakadō

Specified Classification Cultural Property of Japan
Location 246 Onjōji-chō, Ōtsu city, Shiga prefecture