Tourist attraction

Todaiji Betsuin Amidaji Temple

1. Todaiji Betsuin Amidaji Temple

1. Todaiji Betsuin Amidaji Temple

2. Todaiji Betsuin Amidaji Temple

2. Todaiji Betsuin Amidaji Temple

3. Todaiji Betsuin Amidaji Temple

3. Todaiji Betsuin Amidaji Temple

4. Todaiji Betsuin Amidaji Temple

4. Todaiji Betsuin Amidaji Temple

5. Todaiji Betsuin Amidaji Temple

5. Todaiji Betsuin Amidaji Temple

6. Todaiji Betsuin Amidaji Temple

6. Todaiji Betsuin Amidaji Temple

7. Todaiji Betsuin Amidaji Temple

7. Todaiji Betsuin Amidaji Temple

8. Todaiji Betsuin Amidaji Temple

8. Todaiji Betsuin Amidaji Temple

9. Todaiji Betsuin Amidaji Temple

9. Todaiji Betsuin Amidaji Temple

10. Todaiji Betsuin Amidaji Temple

10. Todaiji Betsuin Amidaji Temple

11. Todaiji Betsuin Amidaji Temple

11. Todaiji Betsuin Amidaji Temple

1. Todaiji Betsuin Amidaji Temple
2. Todaiji Betsuin Amidaji Temple
3. Todaiji Betsuin Amidaji Temple
4. Todaiji Betsuin Amidaji Temple
5. Todaiji Betsuin Amidaji Temple
6. Todaiji Betsuin Amidaji Temple
7. Todaiji Betsuin Amidaji Temple
8. Todaiji Betsuin Amidaji Temple
9. Todaiji Betsuin Amidaji Temple
10. Todaiji Betsuin Amidaji Temple
11. Todaiji Betsuin Amidaji Temple

This old temple the divided branch of Todaiji, located by the foot of Mt.Ohira. Monk Shujobo Chogen opened the wasteland of a rough mountain by himself to pray for Emperor Goshirakawa's calm life.

The iron treasure tower has designated as a national treasure. Over 80 species 4000 hydrangeas are planted inside the temple. Admission fare required for the treasure tower.

Location Oaza Mure Sakamoto 1869, Hofu City, Yamaguchi Prefecture
Access (1) 20 minutes by bus from JR Sanyo main line Hofu station
→10 minutes walk from "Amidaji" bus stop
(2) 20 minutes by car from Hofu East/West IC
Website http://www.c-able.ne.jp/~amidaji/sub1.html
Office of Inquiry Todai-ji Temple Annex Amida-ji Temple Tel. No. 0835-38-0839

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