A Shingon Sect temple. Also known as Tenrinzan Ryufukuji Temple. In 733, during the reign of Emperor Shomu, a Buddhist priest named Zenko Shonin found a piece of driftwood on Yobitsugi beach and carved it into an 11-faced Kannon statue. The statue was enshrined at this temple, which was called Komatsudera Temple at the time. On the temple site are Harusamezuka and Kasadera-Chidorizuka, which are sites connected with Basho, and a monument to Miyamoto Musashi.
83 Kasadera-joshin-cho, Minami-ku, Nagoya
|8:00～16:00 (for receiving written talismans and good luck charms, or receiving the official stamp)
|Open year round
|15 passenger car parking spaces