Kannon-do built on the cliff cape

It is a temple of the Rinzai sect that sits at the tip of Cape Afushi, at the southern tip of the Numakuma Peninsula. The vermilion-painted Kannon-do, which is mysteriously harmonious with the brilliance of the clear sea and the rough rock surface, is widely known as one of the most spectacular landscapes in the Seto Inland Sea. This Kannon-do was built by Terumoto Mori and is designated as a national important cultural property. It has long been famous as a prayer place for safe voyages, childbirth and childbirth.

INFORMATION

business hours
08: 00 ~ 17: 00
Holidays
Open daily
price
Junior high school students and above / 100 yen Elementary school students / 50 yen
address
720-0312 1427-1 Notohara, Numakuma-cho, Fukuyama-shi
Phone Number
084-987-3862
Website
Parking Lot
4 units (free)
free

ACCESS

720-0312 
1427-1 Notohara, Numakuma-cho, Fukuyama-shi

About 47 minutes by bus from the south exit of JR Fukuyama Station, about 15 minutes on foot from the Abutokannoniriguchi. Or about 35 minutes by bus from the south exit of JR Matsunaga Station, about 15 minutes on foot from the Afushi Rabbit Kannon entrance

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