Rakuya-ji Temple

Rakuya-ji Temple
Principal deity, a Wooden Seated Statue of the Eleven-faced Kannon

Principal deity, a Wooden Seated Statue of the Eleven-faced Kannon (Important Cultural Property)

Rakuya-ji Temple, a missionary temple of the Tendai Sect of Buddhism, is the treasury of Buddha statues. The principal deity, a Wooden Seated Statue of the Eleven-faced Kannon, is the largest in size among the seated statues designated as important cultural properties in Japan.

Rakuya-ji Temple

Access
10 minutes’ drive from Koka Sta. on the JR Kusatsu Line
TEL
0748-88-3890
Address
1377 Rakuya, Koka-cho, Koka City
Hours
9:00〜16:00
Open
Year around
Parking
Available
Entrance fee
500 yen (adults) * 800 yen on a special viewing day of the principal deity. Special viewing of the principal deity is suspended until October 2018.