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Natadera temple

Kagaonsen Sta.

Komatsu City, Ishikawa Pref.

Natadera temple

The Natadera Temple is the head temple of the Shingon Sector and was established in A.D. 717 by Priest Taicho. Toshitsune Maeda, the 3rd lord of the Kaga Clan, built the incense burning pavilion, 3-story pagoda, the bell tower, the study room and rebuilt the main shrine, which was designated as one of the important cultural asset of Ishikawa. Magnificent scenery of strangely formed rocks that are said to be the remains from ancient volcanic eruptions undersea is a must-see, and this temple is also famous for viewing beautiful autumn foliages.

  • Take the CANBUS from JR Kaga Onsen Sta. and get off at Natadera Temple (25 min. ride).
  • +81-761-65-2111
    Fax +81-761-65-1626
  • YU-122 Natamachi, Komatsu City, Ishikawa
  • 8:30-16:45 (Dec.1–Feb.28: 8:45-16:30)
  • Open 365 days
  • Adults: 600 yen
    Elementary School Student and below: 300 yen
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36.313409, 136.420359

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