The Toji, is a Japanese Buddhist temple of the Shingon current located in Minami-ku, Kyoto (Ancient Heian). Some temple buildings are to the Kukai project as well as some of the Buddhist sculptures that are preserved there. It is not constructed symmetrically. The main hall contains 21 statues arranged to create a sculptural mandala. The five-storey temple pagoda, the national treasure of the Edo period, is so famous that it focuses across Japan in Kyoto and Toji. With its 55 meters is the wooden structure and the highest pagoda of Japan and one of Kyoto's symbols. It was built by Kodo-daishi in 826 d.C. and burned four times before being shot down by a lightning strike. This pagoda was built by the third Shogun Tokugawa Iemitsu in 1644. Inside there are images of 4 Buddhas and their followers, the great eight Bosatsu.