place : Kampukuji-temple
Kampukuji-temple is one of the Japan three major Yakuyoke(protecting evil) saint, counted with Kawasaki and Nishi-Arai.
It belongs to Buzan Sect of Shingon Buddhism.
Kanzenon-bosatsu is a principal image.
There is a grave of Tuuuyama Ino, too.
Moreover, Kampukuji-temple is known for beauty in the spectacle of the four seasons.
Japanese one of the three major Yakuyoke saint. Please come to see the spectacles of the four seasons.
The plus information
The nearby sights
- Historic street of Sawara(National landscape conservation area)
- Memorial hall of Inoh Tadataka
- historic house of Inoh Tadataka
- The museum of festival float in Sawara
The sights a little way off
- 1752, Makino, Katori City
- [admission] fee
By train : Getting off at Sawara Station, JR Narita-line. And 25 minutes on foot
By car : Higashi Kanto Expressway Sawara-Katori exit 15 minutes from
By High-way bus: Kanto Railways Green Bus from Tokyo Station for Hokota-station getting off at Yasaka and 10 minutes on foot
Keisei bus, from Hamamatsu-cho, or Tokyo-station, by way of Yatsu, for Choshi, getting off at Sawara station north exit, and 25minutes on foot.
- Free parking 20 standard-sized cars
- dumpling, seven spices, sweet potato cake,fish boiled in soy sauce, pickles, and local sake, etc.
- Katori City Sightseeing division; Tel.0478-50-1212
- Kampukuji-temple Tel.0478-52-2804