Chuson-ji Temple
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東京@港区民
Tokyo, Japan78 bidrag
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jun. 2024 • Alene
It's famous as a highlight of Hiraizumi tourism, so I decided to visit. The Golden Hall itself is wrapped in gold, just like Kinkaku-ji Temple, and considering that it was built at the end of the Heian period and is located in the Tohoku region, which was considered a remote area at the time, I think it has great cultural value.

However, with all due respect, it is the size of a large hut, so in today's world where Kinkaku-ji Temple can be easily seen, it lacks a bit of impact.

It is also prohibited to take photographs of the hall itself. The photo I uploaded is of the outer building that preserves the hall, and inside that building is the Golden Hall (displayed behind glass in the dark, like the nocturnal creatures at Ueno Zoo).
Skrevet 5. juni 2024
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LTB511
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sep. 2023 • Alene
It's about a 20-minute walk from Hiraizumi Station to the entrance to the temple.
Founded in 850 by Jikaku Daishi Ennin, the founder of the Oshu Fujiwara clan, Kiyohira constructed the temple in the early 12th century. On both sides of the temple's approach (Tsukimizaka), there are halls such as the Hachiman-do, Benkei-do, Dainichi-do, and Amida-do. The main hall is made of wood with a copper roof (rebuilt in 1909) and the principal image is Shaka Nyorai (built in 2013).
The Konjikido is located at the back of the temple grounds, so it's best to head there by visiting the various halls.
Skrevet 10. mars 2024
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feb. 2023 • Alene
For many friends, Iwate Prefecture is a relatively unpopular prefecture compared to Aomori Prefecture and Miyagi Prefecture. When it comes to Iwate Prefecture, there are not many sightseeing spots. When people travel to Iwate Prefecture, the most visited ones are probably Chusonji Temple or Maoyue Temple.

For many people, Chusonji Temple is the most popular attraction. The main reason is the model of the Golden Hall in Ichinoseki Station. Maybe you have seen it before when you transferred trains at the station, or you have actually seen it when you went to Chusonji Temple. The real appearance. For me who have never been there, my impression of the Golden Hall is from seeing it in the station. The gleaming model imagines what it really looks like.

Going to Chusonji Temple usually starts from Hiraizumi. Of course, it is not exclusively possible to start from Hiraizumi. You can also take the Shinkansen to Ichinoseki and take a bus there to Chusonji Temple. There is no other reason than that the bus is connected to Hiraizumi Station. There are very few shifts, so planning must be thorough.

To put it simply, Hiraizumi is a small station. If it is your first time to go to Chusonji Temple, it is recommended to take the bus from Ichinoseki. There is no need to transfer to Hiraizumi, which will be more time-consuming. The return trip depends on the situation. On the contrary, you need to transfer from Hiraizumi. The time to arrive at Ichinoseki is better. Unless you have other itineraries in the afternoon, you can arrange it at the right time. I think there is a train from Hiraizumi to Ichinoseki at noon. However, the reason why the bus is not suitable is because of the distance problem and you cannot connect to the appropriate train. train.

Early that morning I took a bus to Ichinoseki Station and took a bus from there to Chusonji Temple. Since the weather was not very good that day and it was rainy, I got off the bus and walked to the stone monument of Chusonji Temple. It was a big test from here. Frankly speaking, there are a lot of uphill trails, and generally they are quite strenuous. The main reason is that it is a rainy day. If you walk with an umbrella in the rain, you will not be able to walk faster. Also, going uphill requires more energy, so one step There is always a feeling of not reaching the end while walking upward, which is very hard.

There were not many tourists that day, and the weather was not good and it was a bit cool. I could actually walk there slowly, but I felt a little tired. At least I had to try harder to see the Golden Hall. Every time I come back, I always miss Chusonji Temple. This time I especially came to see the Golden Hall.

Before I've been here before, I always felt that the Golden Hall is one of the buildings in Chusonji Temple. It can be said that it is just that the Golden Hall is in another area. The attractions in Chusonji Temple itself are more widely distributed. It takes a long time to see them all. a little time.

That day, it took me a long time to go up the ramp and get to Chusonji Temple from the outermost part. There was a time limit to some extent, mainly because I shortened the time a little for the subsequent traffic, because generally speaking, if you add this attraction on foot, A visit to the main attraction, the Golden Hall, should take at least an hour and a half.

If you plan to only see the Golden Hall, you have to pass through the Chusonji Temple Scenic Area and then go to the Golden Hall. The Golden Hall plus the surrounding scenic spots will take about half an hour to see, so it will take about an hour in total. Because Chusonji Temple is a relatively large area, the distribution of attractions is not concentrated, and the most time spent is walking back and forth.

If you are under time pressure, you can go directly to the Golden Hall. When you come to the Golden Hall in February, you must first buy a ticket in the building next to the entrance. The ticket is 800 yen (2023/02). There is a restroom next to it. It is recommended to go first. The most important thing is that the restroom at Chusonji Temple is not easy to find. Even if there is one, be careful along the way. After buying the ticket, you can enter the Golden Hall Scenic Area from the entrance. The Chusonji Scenic Area itself does not require tickets. The only one that requires tickets is It's the Golden Hall.

The main attraction here is the National Treasure Golden Hall, but this Golden Hall is located in a building. Simply put, it is the Golden Hall inside the glass. It is really magnificent and dazzling. No photography or filming is allowed inside. There will be personnel here While stationed there, I was really impressed by the fact that the simulated Golden Hall in the station is quite detailed. Even if it is not very realistic, it still shows the appearance of the Golden Hall.

When I came to the Golden Hall and saw it in the dark space, I still had a feeling of disbelief. I was very curious about how pure gold it was. It was a bit similar to the feeling when looking at the Golden Pavilion Temple, but this Golden Hall is more It's sparkly, it's a shame I couldn't take a photo of it, they have a picture of it on their website.

Generally speaking, most tourists who come here remember it with their memories instead of recording it with pictures. Generally speaking, about 10 minutes is enough. That day, I enjoyed such a quiet space alone and admired this beautiful golden hall. .

After walking out of Jintang, there are several scenic spots to see nearby. The only most special one is Jiufutang, also known as Jintang Futang. This building was built to protect Jintang, but its appearance is relatively simple. I can't help but feel that it is similar to the Golden Hall. This is the only scenic spot that I have spent the longest time looking at. As for the Sutra Collection next to it, I just passed by it because my eyes have been focused on the Old Futang for a long time.

There are a total of four in this park, including the Golden Hall. As for whether it is worth spending 800 yen to enter, to be honest, if you have the mentality of seeing a national treasure, it may be worth it. If you feel that you are not interested after reading other reviews about the ticket price, , you don’t have to spend 800 yen to come in and take a look.

Chusonji Temple is a world heritage. In fact, I don’t quite understand the definition of a world heritage. Perhaps the national treasure Golden Hall adds a lot of beauty to Chusonji Temple. As for the Golden Hall, I can only say that it is really beautiful, especially when presented in such a space. Come out, as for Chusonji Temple, I feel that it is not very different from the temples I have seen in many places. But I personally think that the Golden Hall, the key point in Chusonji Temple, is worth a visit. However, its entrance fee is slightly higher. If you plan to come here, you can Feel free to decide whether you want to visit the Jintang attraction. I think it is a worthwhile trip.

My personal advice on transportation here is my own. You can refer to it. After visiting Chusonji Temple that day, I walked to Motsuji Temple, another world heritage site. The walk from there didn't take as long as I thought. Maybe I used my mobile phone. The guide directions don’t feel far away, because there is still time before the train departs from Hiraizumi. The reason why we go this way is that Motsuji Temple is not too far from Hiraizumi Station, and you can walk there even if you don’t have time to get there. , instead of taking the bus, because the bus time is difficult to plan, especially in winter, there are fewer trains, so you must make a plan to avoid waiting for a long time.

If you have friends who plan to arrange the Hiraizumi Heritage, you may wish to come to Chusonji Temple in the morning, go on a boat cruise on the Yabi River in the afternoon, and on the return trip, you can also arrange to take the Pikachu train back to Ichinoseki.

This train only runs during holidays. If you are interested in taking the train, please check the train departure date online first to avoid missing out. It is designated for the whole train. Since only one train is a passenger seat and the other is a play area, the seats are all four-seater. If you are interested, Please make a reservation in advance to board.

Comparing the two world heritage sites of Hiraizumi, I would recommend Chusondo. I have been to Motsuji Temple twice. Most of the time I went to see the scenery. The scenery at Motsuji Temple in winter is not very good. If you come in winter Of these two attractions, I think Chusonji Temple is better than Motsuji Temple. The results may be different in other seasons.
Skrevet 26. januar 2024
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MizuhoK
Hino, Japan3 896 bidrag
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okt. 2023 • Par
I had always thought of Chusonji Temple as being synonymous with the Golden Hall, but I only learned when I went there that the entire area, including the Golden Hall, with its various halls and Noh stage, is actually Chusonji Temple. Admission fees apply to the Golden Hall and Sankogura. A leisurely walk up Tsukimizaka Hill leads to the Benkei Hall, associated with Yoshitsune and Benkei, the main hall, the Sankogura, the main hall, and several other halls in between. Each hall has an explanation of the background to its construction, and it's fun to read as you walk. We went on a weekend at the end of November. Sightseeing amidst the autumn leaves and falling snow made it even more memorable. A World Heritage Site, you have to go at least once!
Skrevet 15. januar 2024
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MS男爵
Misato, Japan3 596 bidrag
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apr. 2023 • Alene
I had heard that the walk from Hiraizumi Station was steep and difficult, so I took a bus from Ichinoseki Station.
After that, I had to walk up Tsukimizaka for a long time, so this was the right choice.

I thought that Chusonji Temple was a place where the Golden Hall stands out.
When I got there, there were many halls with distinctive personalities on the way to the Golden Hall, so it was fun to walk there without any trouble.
(If you go around the halls, you can avoid the steep slope of Tsukimizaka.)

The Golden Hall, which I was looking for, was impressive with its gold leaf covering, but I think it would have been unsatisfying to see it alone.
If you include the old covered hall next to it, the Golden Hall's old-fashioned appearance emerges.

The main hall at the beginning of Tsukimizaka, which is often passed over, is also impressive.
However, I was surprised that many foreign tourists took photos in front of the gate without going inside, probably because the entrance gate was impressive.
You can enter the main hall, but I was quite surprised that so few people take off their shoes to worship there.
Because of this, the main hall is often empty and is a little-known secret.

Since there is no section on the Chusonji Main Hall, I will post photos related to the main hall.
Skrevet 16. desember 2023
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k_matsu132
Kushiro, Japan21 467 bidrag
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okt. 2023 • Par
It had been over 20 years since we last visited Chusonji. In the meantime, it was registered as a World Heritage Site, and the number of visitors has likely increased.
We visited on a Sunday afternoon in October. As we headed from the prefectural road to the first parking lot, which is closest to Chusonji, there was a long line of cars waiting to park. Once we turned onto Tsukimizaka, the main approach, it wasn't that crowded, so we might have been able to enter more smoothly from the second parking lot, which is a little further away.
The temple has a lot to see within its spacious grounds, including the Golden Hall at the end of the long approach, as well as the main temple, the former covering hall, and Hakusan Shrine. It took just under two hours from leaving the parking lot to returning.
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Zimminaroundtheworld
Okinawa Prefecture, Japan1 947 bidrag
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nov. 2023 • Par
Chuson-ji is part of a UNESCO site and a must if you are near the area. We did a day trip here from Sendai and highly recommend visiting. It is somewhat remote, but I was surprised by how busy it was, there were a lot of tour buses. The temple grounds were expansive with multiple temples, a museum, shops, and cafes. The Golden Temple was impressive, well worth the fee. We visited during fall and the whole area was gorgeous. I bet it's beautiful at all times throughout the year, but the leaf colors were vibrant reds and yellows.
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Martina1888
Inverness, UK507 bidrag
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okt. 2023 • Alene
Chuson-ji is one of the temples and shrines in the vast grounds. I recommend walking all the way there from the train station as it takes you through some lovely streets. The place a bit too crowded for my taste but I guess it is the main attraction in Hiraizumi so it is to be expected.
The various religious buildings are very impressive and I definitely recommend a visit if you're in the area.
Skrevet 6. oktober 2023
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yokoyoko1973
Guangzhou, Kina1 155 bidrag
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sep. 2023 • Alene
I parked in the municipal parking lot at the entrance to the temple and visited the temple. It is located in the middle of the long uphill approach to the Golden Hall. The temple is very spacious and the gardens are well maintained. I visited first thing in the morning after the rain, so I was able to visit the temple with a refreshing feeling.
Skrevet 21. september 2023
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タカカズ
Chino, Japan10 245 bidrag
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sep. 2023 • Familie
During the fierce war between the Genpei and Taira clans, there was a conflict in Iwate Prefecture in the northeastern part of Tohoku, far from the capital. Combined with the legends of Yoshitsune and Benkei, it has become a tourist spot that attracts many people. It's a great place to stroll and relax.
Skrevet 18. september 2023
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