Iiizumizan syouhukuji

The temple was founded in the Tenpyo era, the principal image is the Eleven-faced Kanzeon Bosatsu, and there is a large tree over 1000 years old in the precincts. Various temples, Buddhist statues, bronze bells, bronze water bowls, Buddhist paintings, etc. designated as important cultural properties of the prefecture and city still exist. Until the early Meiji era, it had six towers (small temples) as a mountainous area, and in front of the gate, about thirty merchant houses including six inns (shukubo) lined up and prospered as a gate town. Even now, the name of the shop at that time is still valid in this village. [Access] From Odawara Station, take the Fuji Kyuko Shin-Matsuda / Shimosoga Station bus for 15 to 20 minutes and get off at Iizumi Kannon-mae.
  • Shop/Spot name
    Iiizumizan syouhukuji -->
  • Address
    1161 Iizumi, Odawara City, Kanagawa Prefecture
  • Tel
  • Business hours
    [April-October] 8:00 to 17:00 [November to March] 9:00 to 16:00 Open all year round
  • Parking
    About 30