Shuzenji Temple

Shuzenji Temple

Shuzenji Temple is said to be founded by the Buddhist Monk Kobo-Daishi in the 800s. It was given two stars on the Michelin Green Guide for its breathtaking views and deep history. The temple, located in Shizuoka prefecture, has a beautiful Japanese garden, and on the temple premise are animals such as rabbits, goats and shiba-inu dogs. The area surrounding Shuzenji is known as the “Kyoto of Izu”, and is a cute, retro hot springs town. Even if you don’t have time to go to a hot spring, you can take some time to unwind at the footbath facilities.

Basic Information

Address
964 Shuzenji, Izu-shi, Shizuoka
Phone
0558-72-0053
Fee
Free

Access

  • FromTokyo Station
    【Tokyo Sta.】Tokaido Shinkansen / for Nagoya
    →【Mishima Sta.】Izu Hakone Railway Sunzu Line / for Shuzenji
    →【Shuzenji Sta.】Izu Hakone Bus /  For Shuzenji-Onsen
    →【Shuzenji-Onsen Bus Stop】→ about a 5-minute walk
  • FromShizuoka Station
    【Shizuoka Sta.】Tokaido Shinkansen / for Tokyo
    →【Mishima Sta.】Izu Hakone Railway Sunzu Line / for Shuzenji
    →【Shuzenji Sta.】Izu Hakone Bus /  For Shuzenji-Onsen
    →【Shuzenji-Onsen Bus Stop】→ about a 5-minute walk
  • FromMount Fuji Shizuoka Airport
    【Shizuoka Sta. 】Airport Bus Shizutetsu Just Line / for Shin-Shizuoka
    →【Shizuoka Sta.】Tokaido Shinkansen / for Tokyo
    →【Mishima Sta.】Izu Hakone Railway Sunzu Line / for Shuzenji
    →【Shuzenji Sta.】Izu Hakone Bus /  For Shuzenji-Onsen
    →【Shuzenji-Onsen Bus Stop】→ about a 5-minute walk

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