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Naritasan Fukagawafudoudou temple成田山 深川不動堂


The Tokyo branch temple of the Buddhist Daihonzan Naritasan Shinshoji Temple in Narita City, Chiba Prefecture. Since ancient times, this temple has been popularly known by the honorific nickname “Fukagawa no o-Fudou-sama.” The temple’s principle object of worship is a figure of Acala which is believed by many to ward away evil. With the submission of the proper application form to the temple office, anyone may attend the temple’s goma ceremony in which cedar wood is burned before the statue of Acala in prayer for a blessing. Visitors may also participate in traditional sutra copying and Buddhist imagery tracing.

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place Tokyo Koutou-ku Tomioka 1-17-13
phone 0336418288

Review of Fukagawa Fudodo

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Reviewed:2018/10/19 AMAZING EXPERIENCE
The Fukagawa Fudodo is located near the Monzen-Nakacho Subway station. A short walk from the station will take you to the temple. Along to way, be sure to stop in the many small artisan shops...
Reviewed:2018/10/07 Amazing Buddhist temple, don’t miss
This was my second visit and I was once again blown away by the fire ceremony (every 2 hours) the kodo drummers, the crystal corridor of Buddhas & all the other rituals. With the help of my Japanese...
Reviewed:2018/09/24 Stunning
Specially the Hell Door fire Ceremony
It s so special , full of energy and really unique
Look like there is 5 ceremony times per day
I did it on Holy day and what I saw what so spiritual
Take time...



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[Opening Hours] 8:00-18:00 (Sunday until 20:00)
[Inside Buddha Hall 2 4F] 9:00-16:00 (Sunday Sunday is 18:00)
[Inside Buddha Hall 1F] 9:00-17:45 (Rim Sunday is 19:45)
[Study fee] Free
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