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Shiofune Kannonji temple塩船観音寺


A Shingon Daigo Buddhist temple located in Shiobune, Ome City, Tokyo. The temple is said to have been founded by the mythical 800 year old nun Yao Bikuni during the Taika era (645-650). The temple's principal object of worship is an 11 faced, 1,000 armed, 1,000 eyed figure of Avalokitesvara. Bigleaf hydrangeas, lilies, Japanese clover, red spider lilies, and other plants bloom seasonally on the temple's grounds. An azalea festival is held at the temple in spring when the azaleas come into full bloom.


Tokyo Oumeshi Shiobune 194 (Ome / OkutamaArea)

phone 0428226677


Review of Shiofune Kannon Temple

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Reviewed:2019/06/06 Beautiful gardens
A lovely walk through beautiful gardens lead to this dramatic shrine in the heart of the city which gives some great views.
Reviewed:2019/05/18 Shiofune Kannon ji
Wonderful!! Not too much people when we went there. I love the ice cream and view from the top!! Too bad the tsutsuji was no longer that vibrant in color.
Reviewed:2018/04/28 Breathtaking Azalea garden
Saturday trip to the Azalea Festival at the 1300 year old Shiofune-Kannon-ji Temple. It is reported to have been built somewhere between the years 645-650. It is known as a temple of flowers and has...

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Tokyo Oumeshi Shiobune 194 [ map ]
Ome / OkutamaArea
open everyday
Gakushin Free
[Azalea Festival Admission fee] Adults (Junior High School Students or above) 300 yen, Children (Elementary School Students) 100 yen
Parking Lot
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