Hida Kokubunji Temple

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Hida Kokubunji Temple (photo)

National Historical Site and Important Cultural Treasure

There is a huge ginko tree over 1200 years old and a ‘Triple Pagoda’ in the precincts, as well as Bell Tower Gates, said to have been moved from Takayama Castle and the cornerstone of the pagoda built over 1200 years ago. The main temple building is the oldest structure in the city, constructed in the Muromachi era (about 500 years ago). It has a style worthy of its reputation as Hida’s greatest ancient temple.

Address

1-83 Souwamachi, Takayama City

Contact

TEL: +81-577-32-1395
FAX: +81-577-32-9383

Business Hours

9a.m. to 4p.m.
Closed: Irregularly

Admission

300 yen per adult, 250 yen per elementary or junior high school student
Group (30 or more people): 250 yen per adult, 150 yen per elementary or junior high school student

Access

5 minute walk from JR Takayama Station.

Website

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Map

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