JAPANESE ARCHITECTURE IN KYOTO
A wide variety of temples, shrines and castles grouped together by their geographic location in Kyoto. It provides details as to how and when to go and how much it would cost as well as images. The English my be a little difficult to understand because it is written by a Japanese architectural researcher and designer.
JAPANESE ARCHITECTURE IN KANSAI
Covering all of the architecture of the Kansai region, which includes the central region of Japan such as Kyoto and Osaka prefecture, the site offers lots of information and articles written by architects and engineers. The articles cover everything form domestic dwellings to temples, shrines and castles that are located within the Kansai region.
KYOTO ARCHITECTURE: A Coexistence of Tradition and Innovation
This site doesn't have any images or anything fancy like that, however, it does explain many of the different styles and historical concepts surrounding Japanese architecture. It also provides a quick guide to several of Kyoto's more famous architectural sites including newer 20th century architecture.
JAPAN ATLAS ARCHITECTURE
This site contains pretty detailed information of 27 of Japan's more notable pieces of architecture ranging from the oldest wooden structure in the world, Horyu-ji to some of the most technologically advanced buildings in the world like Yokohama's Landmark Tower, the tallest building in Japan. The section on the architecture of Kyoto is divided up to give brief descriptions of the architectural sites that are not only National Treasure or Important Cultural Assets, but also registered by the World Cultural Heritage.
HISTORICAL ARCHITECTURE OF ASIA
A site that encompasses all of Asia would not appear to have a lot of detailed descriptions of buildings and structures, but surprisingly has a wealth of information mostly taken from other sources. Bibliographies are also listed for each building. The site is divided up by nation and than city.
http://www.todaiji.org/ (This site is written in Japanese)
http://www.byodoin.or.jp/ (This site is written in Japanese)
http://www.shokoku-ji.or.jp/kinkakuji/index.html (This site is written in Japanese)
http://www.shokoku-ji.or.jp/ginkakuji/index.html (This site is written in Japanese)