The Five-Story Pagoda of Kōfukuji Temple (Kōfukuji Gojūnotō) is a central building located in Nara Prefecture, Japan, within the Kōfukuji Temple complex. It is one of the representative Buddhist architectural structures in Japan.
This pagoda stands at a height of approximately 50 meters and follows the traditional Japanese tower style with its five-tiered layered structure. The Kōfukuji Five-Story Pagoda is believed to have been built during the Nara period and holds significant historical importance as a cultural asset of Japan. It is also recognized as a symbol of Japanese Buddhism and a prominent architectural representation of the country’s cultural value.
We highly recommend you visit the Five-Story Pagoda of Kōfukuji Temple, where you can immerse yourself in the history and culture of Japan and enjoy a spiritually enriching journey.