Adashino Nenbutsu- Ji969 Votes Currently Open
- Address: 17 Saga Toriimotoadashinocho, Ukyo-ku, Kyoto 616-8436, Japan
- Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +81-758612221
- Ticket Price: 500 JPY
- Time Required: 00:30 Mins
- Tags: Temple, Historical Site, Statue, Restaurant, Family And Kids
Situated in Arashiyama district, the Adashino Nenbutsu ji is an evocative, heart rending temple. Heart rending because in the early 9th Century, when the temple was founded, a monk named Kobo Daishi placed stone Buddhist statues in memory of those people who died without kin. Today, the temple grounds are covered with approximately 8000 such statues. While you are there, do pray for the souls.
Adashino Nenbutsu- Ji Travel Tips
- It is an active place of worship. Please maintain the tranquillity of the place.
- Don’t forget to remove your footwear before entering the premises.
- It is recommended to wear conservative clothing.
Entrance Ticket Details For Adashino Nenbutsu- Ji
- Adults- ¥ 500, High school and junior high school children- ¥ 400.
- Free entry for Elementary school children.
- Group discounts apply for groups of 30 or more people.
Adashino Nenbutsu- Ji Hours
- Last entry at 4.30 pm.
- Seasonal timings apply. Please visit official website before planning your visit.
How to Reach Adashino Nenbutsu- Ji
- Arashiyama railway station
- Arashiyama-Tenryuji-mae bus stop
- Hiring a taxi is recommended.
- Many enthusiastic tourists rent a bicycle and cycle down to Arashiyama.
- A noodle shop near the temple premises.
- Other eateries present in Arashiyama.
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7.25% of people who visit Kyoto include Adashino Nenbutsu- Ji in their plan
36% of people start their Adashino Nenbutsu- Ji visit around 09 AM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Adashino Nenbutsu- Ji
91.67% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Adashino Nenbutsu- Ji