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