The Rinno-ji Temple has a rich history of more than 1250 years. The main temple, Sanbutsudo Hall, is one of the largest wooden structures in Nikkosan, with three impressive 7.5-metre high Buddhist statues. Visitors should also view the Gomado Hall, with statues of the gods of fortune, and the temple’s treasure house with a number of important cultural properties. The beautiful Shoyoen garden, in traditional Japanese style, features a path around a pond.
Tokyo (Narita) to Nikkosan Rinno-Ji Temple, Nikko
3 h 50 min
From 4,500 yen
Nikkosan Rinno-Ji Temple
2300 Yamauchi, Nikko City, Tochigi Prefecture
All listed travel times and costs are approximate.