This much-photographed red bridge over the Daiya-gawa is located at the sacred spot where Shōdō Shōnin was said to have been carried...
In the temple grounds, this museum has a splendid collection of temple artefacts, sculptures and scrolls. Admission to Hōmotsu-den...
A 200-year-old teahouse specialising in manju (bean-jam buns) and other traditional sweets; look for the green-and-white banners.
Korean home cooking, a few doors downhill from Hippari Dako.
1011 Kamihatsu-ishimachi · interesting places nearby
Hippari Dako information
An institution among foreign travellers, as years of business cards tacked to the walls testify, this tiny restaurant serves filling meals, including curry udon, yuba sashimi and yaki udon (fried noodles). It has an English sign.