Naritasan Shinshoji Temple, Narita

About Naritasan Shinshoji Temple, Narita

Naritasan Shinshoji Temple, Narita - Address, Phone Number

Address: 1 Narita, Chiba Prefecture 286-0023, Japan

Phone: +81-0476222111

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Popular for fulfilling many wishes and equally popular or its stunning Asian architecture Naritasan Shinshoji Temple is loved by tourists and locals alike.The temple was founded by Kancho Daisojo in 940 with the Shingon Buddhist ideology. Dedicated to Acala (Japanese: Fudo myoo (called the ‘Fire god’), the temple is known for its its regular Goma ritual of burning wooden amulets. For architecture lovers, the sheer design, colors and sculptures, make this place special.

Naritasan Shinshoji Temple Ticket Prices

  • Admission is Free.
  • Free tours are available daily from 10.00 am – 3.00 pm.

How To reach Naritasan Shinshoji Temple by Public Transport

  • By Train: Narita Station (3 kilometers away)

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Naritasan Shinshoji Temple, Narita Reviews - Write a Review

  • Normally I think many temples I visited in Japan are just the same as others but this temple was quite magnificent. It has few steps you may need to keep in mind if you have physically challenging health condition but the visit is totally worth of it. The decoration on the old temples are amazing.

  • Great place to visit if you have three or more hours layover at Narita Airport. It's a good ten minutes train ride away. It's a large and highly popular Buddhist complex in Narita City.

  • Well worth a stop whether during a layover at Narita or a planned visit. Omotesando Street leading from the JR Narita Station to the temple is picturesque with buildings of the Edo-period style, interesting shops and restaurants. The people are so friendly and helpful. The Temple, grounds and gardens are stunning and truly unique.

  • Beautiful park and grounds with ponds and lush trees. A good place to visit if you have a few hours to spare during a layover at Narita Tokyo airport. It's a 10min metro ride from the airport to Narita station

  • Great spot to visit on a layover between flights at NRT airport. Convenient to get to from the NRT airport via the JR or Keisei train. From the train station walk down Omotesando road (about 15 min) to reach the temple. Tranquil and quiet especially during the sunrise/sunset times. There are also many shops and restaurants along the way for a relaxing meal. A great way to spend time during the layover in Narita.

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