Koyasan Reihokan Museum is located at Koya
Town in Wakayama Prefecture.
Koyasan is a treasure trove of Buddhist art, with statues, ritual implements, scriptures, and other cultural assets.
Reihokan was built in 1921 to house and display many of the valuable artworks.
The museum holds National Treasures, Important Cultural Assets or Prefectural Designated Cultural Assets, totaling more than 28,000 items.
Many of the most outstanding examples of Buddhist art in Japan are found here.
The museum building itself is modeled after the Phoenix hall of Byodoin Temple in Uji Kyoto, and is a registered Tangible Cultural Property.
From Koyasan station of the Nankai Koya line, it takes about 10 minutes to Reihokanmae bus stop.
In front of the museum, there is a free parking spot .(Y.N)