Looking south inside the Genjo Sanzo-in complex of Yakushi-ji temple in Nara. The remains of the Chinese priest Genjo Sanzo, who lived around 602-664, were discovered by the Japanese army in 1942. The remains were relocated to Japan and a portion ended up at Yakushi-ji temple. The Genjo Sanzo-in complex was constructed in 1991 to honor the priest whose writings lead to the founding of the Hosso sect of Buddhism, for which Yakushi-ji serves as the head temple.
Latitude, Longitude: 34.6713645512972,135.785014054503