Tendaiji Temple

Ninohe City

Northern Iwate

In this region, the clear water that gushes from the roots of Katsura has been worshiped as sacred water since ancient times. Katsura Shimizu, located at the entrance to the approach to Tendaiji Temple, is a sacred spring that springs from the roots of a Katsura tree that is said to be 1,000 years old. It has been revered as a source of faith since ancient times, and the Katsura tree is the material for the principal image of the Kannon statue, and Tendaiji is also called the ``Katsura Kiyomizu Kannon.''

33-1 Miyamakubo, Joboji-cho, Ninohe-shi, Iwate 028-6802
Business Hours
8:30-17:00 (until 16:00 from November to March)
Cultural property protection cooperation fee 300 yen
Tendaiji Temple

Phone number: 0195-38-2500

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