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Established more than 1,400 years ago in 606. In honor of the temple’s beauty, the missionary Luis Frois called it “Heaven on Earth”. The “hyakusai” in Hyakusaiji is sometimes read to mean “one hundred colors”. The middle to end of November is the best time to see the autumn leaves.
323 Hyakusaiji-cho, Higashiomi, Shiga
Adults ¥ 600Junior high school students ¥ 300Elementary school students ¥ 200
You can get close to the temple by car, but it would be better to walk on a sidewalk while seeing the beautiful scenery.
Ride on at "Yokaichi eki" stop of Omi Railway Bus and get off at "Hyakusaiji honbo mae" stop
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