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Nittaiji (Kakuozan)

Nittaiji Temple was established in 1904 to enshrine Buddha's ashes and glit bronze received from the king of Thailand in 1900. This is the only non-sectarian Buddhist temple that every sect of Buddhism manages in order. In the temple site, there are a Gandhara style tower, a Hoanto, where the skeletal remains are maintained, a garden called Hassoen, and a tea ceremony room, Soketsuan. The five-story pagoda was built in April 1997. A street fair is held on the 21st day of the month.


AreaOther Areas in Nagoya
Address1-1 Houo-cho, Chikusa-ku, Nagoya
Opening HoursOpen for pilgrims at any time
ClosedOpen year round
ParkingParking lot for regular cars

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