Keisoku-ji Temple Keisoku-ji Temple Keisoku-ji Temple Keisoku-ji Temple


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This old temple was founded by Gyoki, a Buddhist priest, in 735. From mid-November to late-November, approximately 200 ancient trees, mainly maple trees, change their colors and decorate the quiet temple grounds a vivid color.

  • Address

    Kobashi, Kinomoto-cho, Nagahama, Shiga

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  • Entry fee

    Fees charged only during fall foliage viewing season, typically mid- to late-November.
    High school student and older 200

  • Opening Hours


  • Closed


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  • Best Season


  • Point

    Keisoku-ji Temple can only be observed from outside, and visitors mainly enjoy walking around. Entry to the mountain is strictly prohibited after the dusk, as it may become dangerous.

  • Nearest Station/IC Access

    20 minutes by bus from JR "Kinomoto Station" and get off at "Kobashi". 10-minute walk from the bus stop.

    12-minute drive from Kinomoto IC on the Hokuriku Expressway. 10-minute walk from the parking lot.

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