Shiofune Kannon-ji Temple

Travel Guide - Shiofune Kannon-ji Temple

Information

Shiofune Kannon-ji Temple is famous for 17,000 of Azaleas.
The Azalea Festival is held from mid-April to mid-May, and the view of the temple ground colored in red and pink like stippling during the season.
The Nio-mon gate and the Hondo main hall with thatched roof are built in the Muromachi era (1336 - 1573) and are designated as national important cultural properties.

Opening Hours

  • 8:00 - 17:00

Closed

  • No closing days

Access / Public Transport

  • 10 minutes from JR Kabe Station by the bus bound for Nishi-Tokyo Danchi. Get off at Shiofune Kannon-iriguchi Bus stop, then walk 10 minutes.
  • 35 minutes walk from JR Kabe Station

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