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Kongofukuji Temple

Japan, 214-1 Cape Ashizuri, Tosashimizu City, Kochi Prefecture 〒787-0315

The 38th temple of the Shikoku Pilgrimage (Shikoku Pilgrimage Tour of 88 Sacred Sites). Kongofuku-ji Temple, located on Cape Ashizuri, the southernmost tip of Shikoku, is located at the longest distance between temples. In the 13th year of Konin (822), by the imperial request of Emperor Saga, Kobo Daishi created the three-faced, thousand-armed Kannon as the principal object of worship in the 14th year of Konin (823). In the precincts, there are many cultural properties such as Tahoto, Jusanseki Pagoda, and Gyakushu no Pagoda.

Business Time
  • Monday:  7:00~17:00
  • Tuesday:  7:00~17:00
  • Wednesday:  7:00~17:00
  • Thursday:  7:00~17:00
  • Friday:  7:00~17:00
  • Saturday:  7:00~17:00
  • Sunday:  7:00~17:00
Telephone number 0880-88-0038
Website https://www.city.tosashimizu.kochi.jp/kanko/g01_kongofukuji.html
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  • The 38th temple of the Shikoku Pilgrimage (Shikoku Pilgrimage Tour of 88 Sacred Sites). Kongofuku-ji Temple, located on Cape Ashizuri, the southernmost tip of Shikoku, is located at the longest distance between temples. In the 13th year of Konin (822), by the imperial request of Emperor Saga, Kobo Daishi created the three-faced, thousand-armed Kannon as the principal object of worship in the 14th year of Konin (823). In the precincts, there are many cultural properties such as Tahoto, Jusanseki Pagoda, and Gyakushu no Pagoda.
Language 日本語
Last Update : 2023.06.07   ARTH Inc.

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