Takada Honzan Senjyuji 高田本山専修寺

Located in Tsu City, Mie Prefecture.
In general, the name is called Takada Honzan.
Within the vast site, there are two buildings designated as national treasures and 11 buildings designated as nationally designated important cultural properties.
Mieido, designated as a national treasure, is the largest building in the temple, and is the fifth largest Edo period temple in Japan.
Nyoraido, another building designated as a national treasure, features sculptures based on old Chinese stories, such as elephants and dragons.
This temple is also famous as a temple where you can enjoy various lotus plants on the premises.
〒514-0114 津市一身田町2819
Official website
Visit Website
Business hours
15:30 ※Last entry time 15:00
Access by public transportation
Take the JR line from "Tsu" station and get off at “Ishinden” Station.
It takes 5 minute by walk from “Ishinden” Station.

Recommendations on seasonal best

  • Fall... in love with Mie again and again “#visitmie”〜My Autumn Memories〜 Photo Contest On Now!

    Post your autumn photos, videos, and experiences that impressed you on your trip to Mie Prefecture!
    Share your "autumn memories" with people from all over the world and win great prizes!

  • Iga Kumihimo: the Long Tradition of the Braided Cord

    Iga City in Mie Prefecture has so much to offer tourists. It’s known for everything from Haiku (Japanese poetry) to ninjas and beef. There’s a gorgeous castle with a large park around it and it’s just a nice, quiet to...

  • Hinjitsukan and Meoto Iwa: A Froggy Stroll Along the Coast of the Ise Bay

    Ise City, along the coast of the Ise Bay, is home to a plethora of stunning sights and experiences, all steeped in ancient Japanese mythology and Shinto mysticism. I took a train down to quaint Futaminoura Station one...

  • Face-to-Face with the Real Diving Heroines of Ise Shima at Ama Hut Satoumian

    As you’re probably well aware, Japan loves seafood. And not just the fish and octopus that we’re used to, but a whole plethora of marine life is down in the depths, digestible, delicious, and demanding to be harvested...

  • Into the Mountain! A Quest for Hot Springs via Kumano’s Torokko Train!

    The quiet mountain town of Kumano City is most famous for the Kumano Kodo, an ancient pilgrimage trail that leads to various shrines in Mie and Wakayama prefectures. Completing the pilgrimage is nothing short of a spi...