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Hashikuraji Temple 箸蔵寺

Hashikura-ji Temple Hashikura-ji Temple
Hashikura-ji Temple Hashikura-ji Temple

A temple rich in history and culture

This more than 1,000-year-old temple in western Tokushima is nestled in a scenic spot in the mountains.

Quick Facts

Not officially part of Shikoku's 88 Temple Pilgrimage, but still opened by Kobo Daishi (Kukai)

Ropeway service is available

How to Get There

The ropeway platform to Hashikuraji Temple can be reached via a 10-minute walk from JR Hashikura Station.

Connected to Kukai

This historic Buddhist temple was said to be opened in the year 828 by the legendary monk Kobo Daishi (Kukai). Though it is not officially part of Shikoku's 88 Temple Pilgrimage , the fact that it is a temple established by Kukai and belonging to the Shingon sect has made it a bangai, or associated temple (#15 of the 20 bangai temples).

Surrounded by rich forest

The temple's location in the mountains of Miyoshi City makes it an excellent spot to see the autumn colors. The temple grounds include several fine structures and make for a peaceful retreat.

* The information on this page may be subject to change due to COVID-19.

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