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Visited by my car.
The approach is already impressive as the thick forest is there. It looks peaceful and good for your body.
The temple looks good featuring Tengu, long-nosed red goblin.
Walked to the top of the temple taking hundreds of stairs, tiring... 😅...More
This was my second visit here. Last visit was for see beautiful autumn leaves which was of course so good.
Highlight on this visit was steps to the top, feel like stepping up to sky... Very fresh air in holistic ambiance! Nothing to say.
If you don't have a car there's lots of climbing to be done to get to this temple.
The first bus from daiyuzan is at 7:45 or so. We reached there at 6:30 and decided to walk up. Its quite a walk and all uphill....More
Daiyuzan Saijo-ji is a breathtaking Buddhist temple that was built more than 615 years ago. Although it is still frequented by devout worshipers from all across Japan, it remains one of the less talked about magnificent places in Kanagawa Prefecture. This is probably due to...More
I recently visited Daiyuzan Saijoji Temple with my wife on a day where our children were with their grandparents, and both my wife Yuko and I immediately felt a peacefulness well over us unlike anything we have felt in the years we have been here....More
I went there today and plan to go again and again . Less people but full with forest among the walk from Daiyuuzan station . Take about 40 mins by foot to the gate of daiyuuzan temple 最乘寺. I no recommend to take bus if...More
This old temple is located in the middle of a mountain, but you can take a bus from Daiyuzan station. You have to climb stairs up to the gate and you'll see there are another stairs up.The atomospher of the mountain is quite spiritual. The...More
In the Odawara area, there are many historic temples and shrines — unfortunately, modern, ill-designed concrete buildings now surround many of these traditional structures. Nearby, by contrast, the large hillside temple complex of Daiyūzan Saijōji (大雄山最乗寺) lies in harmony with nature within a forest of...More