Okabe Station

Jukkokuzaka Kannon Hall

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A small Kannon hall on the east side of Okabe Station, there used to be an ancient temple called Sairinji (now an abandoned temple) on the original site, but only this hall remained after the temple was destroyed by the great fire of 1808. The pent roof of the shrine is adorned with sculptures of lions and elephants, and the ceiling is painted with colorful flowers and birds. 2 zushi (miniature shrines) with intricate ornaments are enshrined inside the hall, both of which are considered to be works of the late Edo period. Since it is located on the east side of Okabe Station, many travelers who travel along the Tokaido used to pray there for a safe passage.

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name
Jukkokuzaka Kannon Hall
Genre
Shrines Cultural property
Area
Okabe Station
address
1176-1 Okabe-cho Okabe, Fujieda-shi, Shizuoka Prefecture
phone number
なし
business hours
Free entry outside only
holiday
NIL
price
Free
Parking
NIL
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