Nageiredo Hall of Mitokusan Sanbutsu-ji Temple

Nageiredo Hall of Mitokusan Sanbutsu-ji Temple

A miraculous national treasure, Nageiredo Hall, or "Thrown-in Hall," is built as if suspended on a precipitous cliff. Legend has it that an ascetic named En no Gyoja threw the hall into the hollow from the foot of the mountain using his mystical powers. Nageiredo Hall fascinates visitors with its simple yet beautiful appearance, which varies according to the season. The entire vicinity has been designated as a place of historical interest and scenic beauty.
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[Fee] Nageiredo Hall: Adults: 1,200 yen; Children: 600 yen
To the Main Hall: Adults: 400 yen; Children (Elementary and junior high school students): 200 yen
[Access] Approx. 40 min. by bus from JR Kurayoshi Station
[Credit Card Payment] Not accepted
[Foreign Language Support] No

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Postal Code
682-0132
Address
1010, Mitoku, Misasa-cho Tohaku-gun, Tottori
Tel
0858-43-2666
Businesshours
Access to the temple 8:00-17:00,
access to Nageiredo Hall 8:00-15:00,
closed during rough weather and in winter
Holiday
Open year-round
(access to the mountain for the purpose of visiting Nageiredo Hall prohibited during heavy rain, snowfall and rough weather)
Date
1 Dec 2020 - 31 Oct 2022
Website
https://www.tottori-tour.jp/en/sightseeing/806/

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