An ancient temple that is also popular as a famous spot for autumn leaves

Located in the valley of Mitakiyama in the northwest of Hiroshima City, Mitaki-dera has long been known as Mitaki Kannon. The Tahoto in the precincts was built in the Muromachi period and was transferred from Wakayama to mourn the spirits of the victims of the postwar atomic bomb, and has become an important cultural property of the prefecture. Inside the tower is a sitting statue of Amida Nyorai, a wooden statue that is an important cultural property of Japan. In addition, there are three waterfalls that are the origin of the name of Mitaki-dera, and this famous water is also used for the donation of the Peace Memorial Ceremony. Autumn is also known as a famous spot for autumn leaves, and it will soothe the hearts of people who come to worship.

INFORMATION

business hours
08: 00 ~ 17: 30 (until 17:00 in winter)
price
free
address
733-0805411 Mitakiyama, Nishi-ku, Hiroshima City
Phone Number
082-237-0811
Parking Lot
Approximately 30 units (free)
free

ACCESS

733-0805 
411 Mitakiyama, Nishi-ku, Hiroshima City

[car] ・ Approximately 20 minutes from Sanyo Expressway Hiroshima IC via National Highway No. 54 [Electric train] ・ Approximately 15 minutes on foot from Mitaki Station on the JR Kabe Line

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