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Founded in the early 7th century by Prince Shotoku, known for promoting Buddhism in Japan, this World Heritage site contains the some of the world's oldest surviving wooden structures: a majestic gate, the main hall housing Japan's oldest Buddhist sculptures, and a five-story pagoda. The Gallery of Temple Treasures is a more recent addition, built to house the temple's impressive collection of religious art.
|Access||From Kintetsu Tsutsui Station (B31), take the Nara Kotsu bus to the Horyuji-mae bus stop.|
|Address||1-1 Horyuji Sannai, Ikaruga-cho, Ikoma-gun, Nara|
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