The head temple of Ji-shu Buddhism (time sect) worshipping Priest Ippen as the founder. Many events are held throughout the year, including a ceremony for the anniversary of the founder’s death (Kaisanki), and Susuki Nenbutsu-e (prayer ceremony). This place is known as a place of relaxation for the locals and as a training ground with buddhist temples including a wooden main temple praised to be the best in Tokaido (10 buildings were registered as a national Tangible Cultural Property in 2015), and a large gingko tree (oicho) estimated to be about 700 years old.
Suggested duration: 30m
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Free (fee charged for entering museum)