It is said that Prince Shotoku was founded, and it is one of the oldest temples in the Chugoku region.
Jodoji Temple is said to have been founded by Prince Shotoku in the distant past of Asuka, and is one of the oldest temples in the Chugoku region.
As a temple that the villagers of Onomichi, who developed as a key point of the Seto Inland Sea, have prospered as a temple, it has been supported by the people of each era and has been around 700 years since the end of the Kamakura period.
The sunset to the west of the precincts shines as if reminiscent of the world of the Pure Land, and the main hall, Amidado, and Tahoto, illuminated by the light of the sunrise, are majestic words.
- business hours
- 09: 00 ~ 16: 00
- Open daily
- Admission fee
600 yen for adults
Children (small / medium) 300 yen
Group (20 people or more) 540 yen
Treasure hall admission fee 400 yen
- 〒722-004320-28 Higashikubocho, Onomichi City
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- Parking Lot
- Approximately 15 passenger cars free of charge