Mar/3, 2021 Shunto-e Ceremony at Sanjusangen-do Temple

Sightseeing information about Mar/3, 2021 Shunto-e Ceremony at Sanjusangen-do Temple in Japan.

Mar/3, 2021 Shunto-e Ceremony at Sanjusangen-do Temple3.2

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 from 3/25 '21 to 3/25 '21


Sanjusangen-do Temple in Kyoto, famous for 1001 Kannon goddess statues, holds a "Shunto-e Ceremony", or Peach Festival, as a part of Hina Doll Festival.
The main hall will be opened for visitors, and the Hina Dolls are displayed next to the 1001 Kannon Statue.
Only on this day, a special "peach amulet" as a protective charm for women, will be sold. (500 yen)

Date : March 3, 2021
Hours : 9:00〜15:30 (Closed at 16:00)
Venue : Rengeo-in, Sanjusangendo Temple
Address : 657 Sanjusangendomawari, Higashiyama Ward, Kyoto
Admission : Free
Access : take a bus No.100 or 206 or 208 from Kyoto Station, and get off at Sanjusangendo-mae stop.

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4.0a year ago

This is Sanjusangendo. The Kannon image inside cannot be photographed.

5.07 months ago

Loved this temple. Very unassuming from the outside but mind blown away from the inside where please note you can't take photos. Its easy to get temple fatigue in Kyoto but this is one of those temples that stands out and is very memorable.

5.02 months ago

Entrance is ¥600 per person and now it's not crowded at all. Place worth visiting where you can see 1000 Buddha statue with all of them not identical. No photography allowed inside.

4.09 months ago

It was a little underwhelming for us, but we loved the peaceful gardens and the pop of bright orange from the darker style wood. When we went, no pictures were allowed inside, but the golden statues inside were absolutely stunning. Recommend if you're in the area.

Note: Visited prior to Covid, so things may be different.

5.07 months ago

The main hall with 1,000 gold-leafed Kannon statues and 28 deities is more impressive than we'd imagined. It's all the more impressive that these intricate sculptures have survived century upon century. Although photography is not allowed within the main hall, there are some nice picture opportunities outside in the garden area.