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Zuiryuji Temple, Takaoka

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Witness old-style Zen Buddhism architecture at Zuiryuji Temple, a 17th-century structure from the early Edo Period. The complex features seven symmetrical halls, a main gate, and a hall for daily services. The main hall and the main gate are both considered Japanese national treasures. Add Zuiryuji Temple and other attractions to your Takaoka trip itinerary using our Takaoka trip generator.
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  • The temple was about 15 minutes walk from the south gate of JR station and there were sufficient signage to direct you the right way to go. Entrance fee of Yen 500 was required in order to have a view...  more »
  • The temple in the flatland reminds me of going catholic church. Truly a magnificent peace of Japan's cultural treasure.  more »
  • A national treasure is a considered the most important of Japan's cultural assets and Zuiryu-ji is one of them. The entry is 500 yen per person. The parking is right in front of the temple grounds. Th...  more »