Todaiji Betsuin Amidaji Temple
- 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
|Office of Inquiry||Todai-ji Temple Annex Amida-ji Temple Tel. No. 0835-38-0839|
|Category||Shrines and temples|