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Johanabetsuin Zentokuji Temple城端別院善徳寺

Temple

A temple in Johana, Nanto. It was founded in 1471 by Rennyo Shonin, the eighth head priest of Hongan-ji Temple. The main hall which is reconstructed in 1759, the main gate, and the bell tower have all been designated Cultural Properties of Toyama Prefecture. During the Mushiboshi Buddhist Service which starts on July 22, a portion of their treasured items from their collection which numbers over ten thousand items is put out on public display for a week.

place

Toyama Nanto-shi Johana Nishikami 405 (GokayamaArea)

phone 0763620026
place

[Reception]9:00-17:00

Review of Johanabetsuin-Zentokuji Temple

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2017/05/20 550 years old temple
Zentokuji temple is one of a Jodo-Shinshu temples. Many people have come and gone for prayer for centuries. my grandma & grandpa as well.
people in Johana are enthusiastic to Jodo-Shinshu Buddhism...
Reviewed:2016/07/10 An easy walk from the Joahana station
Go straight of the Joahana station, turn left at the Lawson convenience store, go past a small shrine, round the corner then you’ll see the main entrance. A nicely preserved, old temple.
Reviewed:2020/01/16 めちゃくちゃ立派なお寺
何気にうなぎ屋さんを目指して行った先に大そう立派なお寺さん‼️
にもかかわらず、あまりわざわざ来ないのかなと思われるほど参拝客もいないほど…
なぜかもったいないと思うくらいに素晴らしいお寺です

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Address
Toyama Nanto-shi Johana Nishikami 405 [ map ]
Area
GokayamaArea
Phone
0763620026
Hours
[Reception]9:00-17:00
Closed
open everyday
Fees
Free
[Admission fee information (reservation required)] 400yen/person
Parking Lot
Available About10spaces
Credit Card
Not available

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          Toyama is one of the three prefectures that house the Japanese Alps, with its southern and eastern borders comprising one long stretch of mountains, out of which the Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route is forged. While traditional crafts fill the northern coastal cities of Toyama and Takaoka, thatched roof houses offer unrivalled views against a backdrop of fantastic scenery at Gokayama in the mountainous area in the south of the prefecture.

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