Takahata Fudoson

Buddhist temple in Sagamihara

Updated: March 18, 2024 01:54 PM

Takahata Fudoson is located in Sagamihara (City in Japan), Japan. It's address is 733 Takahata, Hino, Tokyo 191-0031, Japan.

733 Takahata, Hino, Tokyo 191-0031, Japan

MC66+RC Hino, Tokyo, Japan

+81 42-591-0032

Check Time Table for Takahata Fudoson

Monday7:30 AM to 5 PM
Tuesday7:30 AM to 5 PM
Wednesday7:30 AM to 5 PM
Thursday7:30 AM to 5 PM
Friday7:30 AM to 5 PM
Saturday7:30 AM to 5 PM
Sunday7:30 AM to 5 PM

Questions & Answers

Where is Takahata Fudoson?

Takahata Fudoson is located at: 733 Takahata, Hino, Tokyo 191-0031, Japan.

What is the phone number of Takahata Fudoson?

You can try to calling this number: +81 42-591-0032

What are the coordinates of Takahata Fudoson?

Coordinates: 35.6620128, 139.4110744

Takahata Fudoson Reviews

Ruth Acibar
2023-11-30 14:22:01 GMT

Beautiful temple at any season, but best to visit during autumn or hydrangea blooms.
Wear good shoes as you'll be "hiking" most of the areas to see. There's also a quiet prayer hall under the pagoda.

Annie Chang
2023-06-11 12:52:11 GMT

I visited this temple for the Ajisai Matsuri. I was really impressed with the walking trails. There are 88 stone statues around the trails, it feel like a small hike with beautiful green and flowers around . You can even climb up to the observatory spot to have a city view. Will definitely come back in autumn for koyo.

Kazumi Yoshino
2022-10-13 07:46:42 GMT

Such an relaxing place. Every time when I visit Tokyo, I stop by here and take a walk around this area. It's near Takahata station and you can find lots of places to eat and rest as well.
This temple associates Shinsengumi, it was a family temple of Toshizo Hijikata. He and his friends use to gather at the temple before they departing to Kyoto.
Its history is quite old.
It says it's originally built around 8th century, and reconstructed in 14th century. So some materials are possibly placed in 14th century.

2022-05-17 04:48:44 GMT

We went to this place for the flea market, didn't know how big or beautiful the temple was going to be. We were so pleasantly impressed, the temple area is reall big and it is extremely beautiful. We are planning to go again to see more of the temple, 2 hrs of flea market and site seeing were not enough

Romina Mansilla
2023-11-01 16:05:24 GMT

I visited the temple and I was impressed with the beauty of the temples and how peaceful this place is . One temple was made with no even one nailed.

Paul Summers
2021-05-24 00:46:34 GMT

Stumbled upon this place quite by accident after randomly stopping here after seeing it from the southbound monorail from Tachikawa. The 5-storey pagoda is magnificent but also the wild hydrangeas that were beginning to bloom along the trails leading up to the hill behind it equally so.

Lee Trott
2019-11-05 08:23:36 GMT

Simply stunning... If you're a tourist to Tokyo, make sure to come out of the central city and cost aces like this... It's a relief from the constant Hustle and bustle of the city... The mind bogglingly beautiful architecture, the winding paths leading up the hill, overlooking the graveyard, and the general stillness and beauty should not be missed. Do yourself a favour and hope on the express train on the Keio line from Shinjuku... You'll be glad you did.

kris esplin
2021-05-26 13:21:07 GMT

If you love hydrangea in June, you must visit Takahata Fudoson Kongoji Temple a 40min ride on the Keio line from Shinjuku station. The temple grounds are well laid out and maintained and the five tier wooden pagoda is spectacular. Their hydrangea festival runs most of June and is absolutely gorgeous - well worth a visit!

Amanda Smith
2023-06-08 01:05:07 GMT

This was one of the most beautiful places I visited in Japan! Highly recommended plus great food everywhere.

mi nin
2023-11-05 03:41:49 GMT


Tanya Jackson
2019-05-12 02:48:45 GMT

Beautiful to go at the opening of a new year. If you hike up the footpath in the back of the shrine you can see a clear view of Mt. Fuji

Okan S
2017-03-24 21:29:10 GMT

Very beautiful temple with Japanese style historic shrines on the hill side. Very green and nice place. Just next to takahadafudo train Station on Keio line.

Ryo Flying
2016-12-26 17:27:05 GMT

This is one of the three well-known Kanto Fudo temples. It has a short hiking course with 88 replicas of Ohenro (pilgrimage) places along the Shikoku. It also has a statue of Toshizo Hijikata who is one of the most famous characters in Shinsengumi. A good place as an afternoon trip to get away from downtown Tokyo craziness.

Kenneth Miller
2020-11-03 08:52:00 GMT

Amazing history and beautiful gardens.
We bring travelers from all parts of the World to discover new cultures.
☆Guess how many floors inside this 5 storied pagoda to win?

Bonjour Tokyo
2021-08-14 18:13:37 GMT

Very typical temple and amazing pagoda with green nature all around ! Come there for the Daruma festival, my advice 😉

Kimberly Desch
2020-07-19 06:43:36 GMT

Was close to where we live. It had a nice free parking lot. Lots of statues and beautiful temples. Highly recommend.

Patrick Picotin
2022-07-03 21:37:17 GMT

Totally awesome temples, shrine and walking trails. Beautiful flowers.

mariviv rachell calalo
2024-01-03 11:59:39 GMT

Nice ambiance. Expect a packed crowd especially New Year until Jan8. But it was a nice experience.

2023-07-25 06:43:22 GMT

Look out for dates they have events on here, all quite interesting

Sveta Koko
2021-06-09 05:11:57 GMT

A very chill and beautiful temple with lots of greens and a red pagoda. Famous as an ajisai spot.

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About Sagamihara
City in Japan

Sagamihara is a city in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. As of 1 May 2021, the city has an estimated population of 723,470, with 334,812 households, and a population density of 1,220 persons per km². The total area of the city is 328.91 square kilometres. source

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