Jindai-ji Temple

Travel Guide - Jindai-ji Temple

Information

Jindai-ji Temple has the second longest history next to Senso-ji Temple in the central Tokyo.
The grounds are scattered with the distinguished Hondo Hall, Shakado Hall and the Bonsho Bell.
Springs and vast nature beautifully color the landscape through all seasons.
In the vicinity, there are restaurants making original Jindai-ji Soba noodles.

Opening Hours

  • 9:00 – 17:00

Closed

  • No closing days

Access / Public Transport

  • 10 minutes bus ride from Chofu Station on the Keio Line (KO18)
  • 10 minutes bus ride from Tsutsujigaoka Station on the Keio Line (KO14)
  • 20 minutes bus ride from JR Mitaka Station
  • 20 minutes bus ride from JR Kichijoji Station

Address / Location

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