Taineiji Temple
Minakami Town
A mountain temple well known as 'Hydrangea Temple' and know for the fireflys flitting in July
"Kaizan, a temple of the Soto school of Zen Buddhism from 1309. It started under the Tendai school which later declined, but underwent a revival after the Kasuisai Temple in Totomi Province reenshrined a spirit there, updating it to the religion of the day.
The temple became a facet of the region, establishing religious schools during the Edo period and opening the Sukawa Elementary School on its grounds in 1873. It also houses a temple gate, main hall, bell tower, and priest's quarters. The gate and hall, constructed over the course of the late Muromachi to the early Edo period, are designated Prefectural Cultural Properties."
The suggested season is summer.
Address 98 Sukawa, Minakami-machi, Tone district, Gunma prefecture
Telephone 0278-64-1131
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Get on buses from Jomokogen Station to the closest bus stop about 28 minutes away
Closest Bus Stop
2km from Takumi no sato (JS66) Bus Stop
Car Access
From Tokyo20 minutes from Tsukiyono IC on R17
From Niigata20 minutes from Tsukiyono IC on R17
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