Best known for Namikiri-fudō, a Buddhist deity said to have the power to heal deep problems such as addiction.
This is the headquarters of the Shingon sect and the residence of Kōya-san's abbot. The present structure dates from the 19th century....
Temple with shukubō lodgings.
This convenient shokudō serves standards like katsu-don (fried pork cutlet over rice, ¥820) represented by plastic food models in the...
Tokugawa Mausoleum information
Built in 1643, the Tokugawa Mausoleum is actually two adjoining mausoleums in a clearing, of Tokugawa Ieyasu (on the right) and Tokugawa Hidetada (on the left), the first and second Tokugawa shoguns, respectively. They are ornately decorated, as with most structures associated with the Tokugawa regime. The mausoleum is near the Namikiri-fudō-mae bus stop (波切不動前バス亭).