This is a Buddhist Temple located in Kakizaki.
The main hall was built during the Taisho era built in the Indian Pagoda style. The architect, Itou Chuuta, also visited.
The temple was formed during the Muromachi Era, and many religious artifacts and writings from the Keicho period are housed here.
In the Edo era, the temple existed as a branch of Kyoto Honjou Temple in Kakizaki.
Within the grounds are the historic site where Shinran Shonin is said to have spent the night.
|Name of places:||Jouzenji Temple|
|Address:||6389 Kakizaki, Kakizaki-ku, Joetsu-shi, Niigata|
|Traffic access(train):||By JR: 10 minutes on foot from Kakizaki Station on the Sinetsu Honsen Line|
|Traffic access(bus):||By Kubiki Bus: 10 minute walk from Kakizaki Bus Terminal|
|Traffic access(car):||By Hokuriku Expressway: 3 minutes from the Kakizaki IC exit|
The main hall is open all day. Everyone is welcome to visit
|Average time to see:||30min
|Car parking:||Free parking for up to 20 cars|