Fukusen-ji Temple

Japan’s biggest wooden Kannon statue at 17m is enshrined here in a temple that was built in 1912

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The massive wooden Kannon statue was carved out of a huge 1200-year-old tree by the chief priest himself, a process that took 20 years and involved the priest taking weeklong fasts 100 times. He completed his mission through prayer for bringing back the world back from confusion and despair.
Business Hours
Sunday ( 8:0 AM ~ 5:0 PM )

[close] Only open on Sundays during January-March
Adult: 300 JPY
Children: 200 JPY

High school students 250 yen
福泉寺 7 Chiwari-57 Matsuzakicho Komagi, Tono, Iwate Prefecture
(0198) 62-3822

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