Senkouji Temple Enku-Butsu Jihokan

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Senkouji Temple Enku-Butsu Jihokan (photo)

The temple was originally established by one of the ten disciples of Kobo-Daishi about 1,200 years ago, but was burned down in 1564 and rebuilt afterward. As a dojo, training establishment, for zen training and meditation of Koyasan Shingon-shu (one of the Buddhist sects in Japan), the temple passes down the ancient style of Mountain Buddhism.

Address

Shimobo, Nyukawacho, Takayama City

Contact

TEL: +81-577-78-1021
FAX: +81-577-78-1028

Business Hours

9:30a.m. to 4:30p.m.
(Early April to late November)
Closed: Tuesdays (Closed in winter from late November to early April)

Admission

500 yen per adult, 200 yen per senior high school or university student, 100 yen per elementary or junior high school student

Access

30 minute drive from JR Takayama Station via
National Highway Route No. 158.

Website

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Map

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