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Koyasan Tokyo Betsuin Temple (高野山東京別院)

A Buddhist temple located at 3 Chome Takanawa, Minato City, Tokyo. The temple was originally built in 1673 as the Koyasan Edo Zaibansho Kouya-ji temple. In 1927 the temple was designated a branch temple (betsuin) of the Kongobu-ji Temple, the head temple of Shingon Buddhism. Today, the temple is also popularly known as the Takanawa Musubi Daishi.

place

Tokyo Minato-ku Takanawa 3-15-18 (Shinagawa / Kamata / HanedaArea)

phone 0334413338
place

9:00-17:00

Review of Koyasan Tokyo Betsuin Temple

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2018/12/03 Large And Impressive Area
Located on the opposite corner to the Takanawa Fire Department Building and behind the Takanawa Police Station you will find this large and impressive temple.Worth a look.This is a branch of a large...
Reviewed:2018/06/28 Under renovation but beautiful
Beautiful temple and garden. Very quiet on a weekday afternoon. Able to enjoy walking around outside and sitting in the temple.
Reviewed:2017/02/07 This Is A Big One
Despite a review to the contrary this temple is in Takanawa and not two hours from Tokyo.It can be accessed from the Sengakuji Station or Shinagawa Station(JR). It is directly opposite the Takanawa...

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Address
Tokyo Minato-ku Takanawa 3-15-18 [map]
Area
Shinagawa / Kamata / HanedaArea
Phone
0334413338
Hours
9:00-17:00
Closed
open everyday
Parking Lot
Available
Credit Card
Not available

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