The famous, Shingon-sect temple with over 1,100 years of rich history.
Myoko-in Temple is the Shingon Buddhism sect temple that was founded by the imperial prince Shinnyoho-Shinnou in 859. The temple was trusted by many influential people at the time, and has a record of receiving a number of donated lands from the warlord Tokugawa Ieyasu.
On the northside of the temple sits an annexed hall where the Kompira-do god is enshrined.
Famous Shingon Buddhism sect temple that was founded in 859.
Shrouded by a gorgeous bamboo forest.
A "kei" (bianqing) gong used when chanting scriptures is kept within the temple hall that is as old as the Nanboku-cho Period (14th century).
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- Name in Japanese
- Postal Code
- 1-16-13 Honmachi, Fuchu City, Tokyo
- 5 min. walk from Fuchu-hommachi Station on the JR Musashino & Nambu Lines.
- Official Website
- Official Website (Japanese)