Mt. Nokogiri Nihonji Temple

Sightseeing information about Mt. Nokogiri Nihonji Temple in Japan.


Mt. Nokogiri Nihonji Temple (Nokogiri-yama Nihon-ji)4.3

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Nihon-ji is a Soto sect Buddhist temple in Kyonan-machi Town, Chiba Prefecture. Its precinct covers the entire southern slope of Mt. Nokogiri-yama (altitude 329.4m / 1080.7ft). It is said that it was opened in AD 725 by Gyoki, a famous Buddhist priest of the Nara Period, by order of Emperor Shomu. The temple is dedicated to Yakushi Ruriko Nyorai (Healing Buddha) and is known for its 31m/102ft-high Big Buddha figure, Nihon-ji Daibutsu, carved on a rock face.
http://www.nihonji.jp/ (Japanese)
Map http://www.nihonji.jp/keidai/index.html (Japanese)

PurposeSeasonal Flowers,mountain climbing,History,shrine/temple,sightseeing
Airport/Sta.Tokyo International Airport (about 43.9km) Google Transit

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5.04 months ago

A wonderful day trip for the body, mind and soul. So many things to see and do, like a Buddhist Disneyland. You won’t be disappointed.

5.05 months ago

This place is a truly japanese cultural experience and serves many purposes, you can do a very nice hike with no so many people as most people chose to go up by cable car. Once you reach up, the carvings of the buddhas all along the way and the big buddha are truly a gem.

5.03 weeks ago

Sky photos of this amazing statue.

5.0a year ago

Breath taking area with many places to visit.
We took the rope car for Yen 1000 .. to get the top and for return because we want to save energy for going around.

Amazing view from the top.
Largest sitting Buddha of Japan is there
View of hell is also fantastic
Worth going and spend a weekend day .
But need to wear light clothes and comfortable shoes.

Really love the place ❤❤❤

4.0a year ago

I wasn't able to walk the trail due to in proper footwear and being accompanied by a 3 year old. However, the brief tour of the daibutsu was a nice stop dueing our drive back to Tokyo.
The walk to the gondola looks pretty intense. I saw many people huffing and puffing and it wasn't even hot by Japanese standards.

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