This is a great temple not far from Suma Beach. It's free to enter and the day I visited it was not crowded. This temple doesn't seem to be a big tourist attraction so the people who were there were actually paying their respects. I heard chanting, people ringing bells and monks were everywhere. There isn't much English on the information signs but I was provided with some information in English. It's free to enter so the only cost will be your train fair. The closest station is Sumadera - once you exit take an immediate left and follow the road straight to the temple. Suma on the JR line is a little further away and more difficult to navigate if you don't know where you are going.
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