泉橋寺 - Senkyo-ji Temple
Senkyo-ji Temple Front Gate
Senkyo-ji Temple, established in Tenpyo 12 (740) of the Nara period, is said to be one of the 49 temples and nunneries built by the monk Gyoki.
On the temple grounds are a gorin pagoda, a designated important cultural property, and an outdoor sitting stone statue of Jizo Bosatsu, a Kamakura period piece reaching 4.58 meters tall. It is also famous for being the only stone Jizo Bosatsu statue in Japan.
Senkyo-ji Stone Gorin Pagoda
Sitting Stone Statue of Jizo Bosatsu
Address: Yamashirocho Kamikoma Nishishita 55