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We came here on a beautiful afternoon and was not disappointed with the temple and its surroundings. The map tht comes along with the admission fee is very useful to cover the full ground from Attractions 1-9.
This place closes at 4.30pm, so do come...More
Came to Natadera after lunch and enjoyed walking through the meticulously manicured Japanese garden. This is the also a Kannon Temple with a huge statue inside.
It’s is really peaceful to walk and enjoy the scenery.
Highly recommended if you are in this area.
We were driving from Kanazawa to Kaga and decided to take the opportunity to visit some of the more remote shrines.
We had no expectation, yet it turned to be a real surprise!
Although it didn’t have the scale of a lot of the shrines...More
Built by the great monk Taicho 1300 years ago. The principal deity of Natadera is the 11 headed, 1000 handed kannon.
Natadera remains a park that celebrates nature. 11 different places and buildings are throughout.
A short trip from Kaga, Natadera Temple is perhaps the most stunning place we visited in Japan. It was in mid October, so the Autumn colours were spectacular, probably the best time to go. A very unique and sacred feeling place. Sublime, not to be...More
Natadera temple is located roughly an hour from Kanazawa by car. The main draw of this place is in the scenery it holds. This included a large rock formation, a main path flanked by moss and a large pond. It is spread out over various...More
It's not surprising that this beautiful temple complex and garden rates so highly in Komatsu experiences. The sense of serenity given by its beautiful trees and moss gardens makes it a great place to visit.
I feel lucky to have seen this place in my lifetime. As you can see by most pictures, the autumn leaves in November are breathtaking. On a whim I purchased some dried candied apple slices from the vendor right outside the temple and it was...More