Daijion-ji Temple

Travel Guide - Daijion-ji Temple

Information

Saijion-ji Temple is said to have been founded in 761 by Ganjin (Jianzhen) from Chinese Tang Dynasty, and was then restored by the priest Shingen during the Kamakura Period (1185 - 1333).
The Chokusi-mon gate used by the imperial messengers of the emperor when visiting Katori Shrine and the Chiba Prefectural cultural property Bonsho (temple bell) also remain.

Opening Hours

  • Open 24 hours

Closed

  • No closing days

Access / Public Transport

  • 30 minutes from Keisei Narita Station on the Keisei Line (KS40) by the #2 bus (Yoshioka / Sawara Line). Get off at Yoshioka-Daijionji-mae Bus stop.

Address / Location

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