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Oyama-dera Temple

Oyama-dera Temple


Known affectionately as "Fudo-san in Daisen," this is one of the three major fudo in the Kanto region. It is also the first of the 36 fudo (immovable buddhas) in the Kanto region. The temple was founded in 755 by Priest Rouben, who was a separate head priest of Todaiji Temple in Nara. The main image of Fudo Myoo, an iron statue of Fudo Myoo, and Nidoko (two children) are designated as national important cultural properties. In November, the leaves in front of the gate change color and are illuminated, creating a different atmosphere than seen during the daytime.

Travel tip

Observe the autumn leaves along the temple’s tree-lined steps or ride the cable car to the summit for spectacular aerial views. For a different perspective, visit the temple at night when the autumn colors and grounds are illuminated.

Essential Information

Check the official website for the latest information.

Admission hours

9:00 - 17:00



Closed No closed days
Admission fees

Viewing of the main temple (¥400)


Odakyu Odawara Line, Isehara Station → Bus bound for Oyama Cable → On foot (15 minutes) → Oyama Cable Car (20 minutes) → Alight at Oyama Temple station

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