Fukusenji Temple

Within the large temple grounds of Fukusen-ji Temple, there are the Shin Saigoku No. 33 Kannon Sacred Site, the New Shikoku 88 Temples, the wooden statue of Fukutoku Daikannon, the Tahoto Pagoda and the five-storied pagoda, and the cherry blossoms in spring, azaleas, and the autumn leaves are spectacular. Worshipers come from inside and outside the country. In addition, the wooden statue of Kannon, which was carved by the second chief priest Kannon himself with all his heart and soul, and completed in the fall of 1960 over a period of 12 years, is the largest wooden statue of Kannon in Japan, with a height of 17 meters and a weight of 2.5 meters. There is also t.
[Best time to see autumn leaves] Early October to late October

7-57 Komaki, Matsuzaki-cho, Tono 028-0545
Business Hours
In winter (January to March), the gates are open only on Sundays.
Adults: 300 yen, junior high and high school students: 250 yen, elementary school students: 200 yen
*If you go to the main hall by car, it costs 500 yen per person (450 yen per person for 20 or more people)
Contact name: Fukusenji Temple

Phone number: 0198-62-3822
Parking: 100 spaces (free)
Route 1: Shin-Hanamaki Station → [60 minutes by conventional line] Tono Station → [15 minutes by taxi] Fukusenji Temple
Route 2: Tono IC → [15 minutes by car] Fukusenji Temple

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