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Daizenji-temple Main hall (Yakushi Do) 

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Area:Isawa/Katsunuma/Nishizawa Gorge

The main hall of the temple of National treasure is the Japanese style building of Kamakura period which was built in Koan 9 (1286). A regent of Kamakura Shogunate, Hojo Sadatoki levied ‘Betto Jjyumon’ tax on people in two counties of Koshu and Sinshu and erected this main hall. It is the precious traditional building which can be defined the age of the building, because ‘Koan-Nine March 16’ of the date the building erected is carved on the rear corner post of the inner sanctuary of the temple.

Location

Zip-code

409-1316

Address

3559 Katsunuma Katsunuma-cho Koshu City

Transportation

Nearest I.C.

Chuo Expressway、Katsunuma IC

Nearest station

JR Chuo Line Katsunuma-Budokyo Station

Nearest highway bus stop

Katsunuma

Nearest bus stop

Daizenji

Transportation details

By bus: JR Chuo Line Katsunuma-budokyo Station--Take City bus (Wine course 2) --Get off at Daizenji By car/ Chuo Expressway、Katsunuma IC--Drive on Route 20 in the direction of Yamato Otsuki for 3 minutes /5 minutes JR Chuo Line Katsunuma-budokyo Station by taxi

Parking

Bus

3buses

Car

40cars

Notes

The Parking fee is included in admission fee

Facilities

Rest room 

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Contact

Name

Daizenji temple

Telephone number

0553-44-0027

Fax number

0553-44-3153

E-mail

daizenji@katsunuma.ne.jp

URL

http://www.katsunuma.ne.jp/~daizenji/( External link )

Time required

30 minutes

Opening Hours

9:00am-4:30pm

Closing Days

Unscheduled (Depending on services, festivals, etc.)

Fee

Admission fee: 500yen

Views

View of The Southern Alps 

Links

Service in other languages is available

Foreign language assistance

English |Chinese |Korean

Universal Design

Stair rails 

This information is current as of December 13, 2016
The contents are subject to change without prior notification.
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