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Officially the oldest Buddhist temple in Japan, founded by Prince Shotoku, Shitenno-ji Temple was built in 539. Located in central Osaka, about 15-minutes walk from Tennoji Station, visitors can also opt for a ride along the Hankai Tramway, Osaka's only streetcar, towards the temple. The Rokujido Temple annex is open until 18:00.
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