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Jindai-ji Temple

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Jindai-ji Temple is the only temple in Tokyo to house a Buddhist statue that is a national treasure as of 2017. This work is called the bronze seated Shaka Nyorai statue (Hakuho Buddha).
The neighborhood is frequented by many families on the weekend who come to enjoy the temple's natural surroundings and the famous Jindai-ji temple soba noodles.
The area is also popular among Tokyoites as a leisure stop for walks because of the nearby Jindai Botanical Garden, which opened in 1961.

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SAND & BUILT-UP

Street address

5-15-1 Jindai-ji Motomachi, Chofu City, Tokyo

Access

Route1

  • About 15 minutes by Keio Bus 34 bound for Jindai-ji from the North Exit of Keio Chofu Station / About 1 minute on foot from the bus stop

Route2

  • About 15 minutes by Keio Bus 21 bound for Jindai-ji from the North Exit of Keio Tsutsujigaoka Station / About 1 minute on foot from the bus stop

Opening Hours

Spring and summer: 4:30-18:00
Autumn and winter: 5:30-17:00

Closed

None

Website

http://www.jindaiji.or.jp

Best season

All year

Point

Sales of charms and other paraphernalia and reception desk open from 9:00 to 16:30.

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