Rurikoji-Temple; Yamaguchi-pref. in Japan
The Picture up there in the free scrapbook is from Wikipedia.
This spring, we visited this temple in our prefecture with some of our relatives.
And these two pics down there were taken by mobile-phone by me and hubby.
Haha, as you can see he tried to put the whole temple.
This Rurikoji-Temple （瑠璃光寺） five-story pagodas, designated as a national treasure, was built around 14th century (Muromachi-era in Japan) by Ouchi-family. It is located in Yamaguchi-city where sometime referred as western Kyoto in Japan; and also is one of the important five-story pagodas along with Horyuji's in Nara and Daigoji's in Kyoto, and is the symbol of Yamaguchi city. Here is the link you can see more detail and lots of beautiful pictures there.