On July 31, 2017, I began the restoration of the paintings on the fusuma (sliding opaque plates that allow to delimit the interior spaces, editor's note) of the Buddhist temple Kongobu-ji.
In 816, the man of letters and philosopher Kukai created the Koya monastery. Today, Koya is a town where 117 temples are concentrated in the mountains bearing the same name. It is listed in the Green Guide with three stars and is visited by many foreign tourists throughout the year.
Kongobu-ji is the most prominent temple.