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190102-0033-PP - Three-storied Pagoda


Osaka Meiji 1890s Unknown

The three-storied pagoda (三重塔) and main hall (本堂, hondo) of Myokoku-ji (妙圀寺), a Buddhist Temple in Sakai, Osaka Prefecture.

It is one of head temples of the Nichiren Sect and was the location of the 1868 Sakai Incident, when 11 French sailors from the French corvette Dupleix were killed.

The temple was founded in 1592 and has been rebuilt several times since then. Constructed in 1658, the pagoda was destroyed during allied bombing on July 10, 1945 (Showa 20).

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