Shinshu Takada Honzan Senju-ji Temple

Travel Guide - Shinshu Takada Honzan Senju-ji Temple

Information

Senju-ji Temple is the largest temple in Mie Prefecture and this is the head temple of the Shinshu Takada sect, which practices one form of Buddhism.
The temple complex features many beautiful buildings, including the Miei-do Hall.
There is also a museum housing the temple’s national treasures and valuable cultural artifacts.
*Reservation required to enter the museum.

Opening Hours

  • 5:00 – 17:30

Closed

  • No closing days

Access / Public Transport

  • 5 minutes walk from JR Ishinden Station
  • 15 minutes walk from Takada-honzan Station on the Kintetsu Nagoya Line
  • 10 minutes walk from Higashi-Isinden Station on the Ise Railway Ise Line (11)

Address / Location

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