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Nittai-ji Temple

1-1 Hoo-cho, Chikasa-ku, Nagoya 464-0057, Aichi Prefecture
+81 52-751-2121
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Local markets on 21st on every month

Coincidentally i visited on 21st of May. Every month on 21st, they have a big markets of "small... read more

Reviewed 3 June 2017
Pomme758
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Just 5 minutes walk from subway. It is a Buddhist temple located in the city of Nagoya, Nittai-ji... read more

Reviewed 18 May 2017
kittipong t
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1-1 Hoo-cho, Chikasa-ku, Nagoya 464-0057, Aichi Prefecture
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+81 52-751-2121
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Reviewed 3 June 2017 via mobile

Coincidentally i visited on 21st of May. Every month on 21st, they have a big markets of "small things". Food, fish, vegetables, accessories etc. Thousands of small shop are there. The temple is worth to visit.

1  Thank Pomme758
Reviewed 18 May 2017 via mobile

Just 5 minutes walk from subway. It is a Buddhist temple located in the city of Nagoya, Nittai-ji was built in 1904 in order to keep the ashes of Buddha, which the Kingdom of Thailand gave to Japan. Thai people should visit to pay respect...More

1  Thank kittipong t
Reviewed 29 April 2017

We read about the history of this Temple, bringing forth the close relationship between Japan and Thailand. In fact in Nagoya we found very differing temples compared to other Prefecture/Cities we visited. Nittaiji is a Thai-styled Buddhist with Sputa, altar alongside the Japanese-styled setup. Here...More

Thank J&S_Singapore
Reviewed 15 January 2017

perfect place to see, beautiful temple , you will need at least one hour to see everything. wasn't to expensive. and you can get awesome pictures.

Thank Oana M
Reviewed 12 June 2016

Wander around and take your time the giant Buda is very impressive there is a feeling of calm light a candle and reflect on time

Thank Jaques-Morgan
Reviewed 4 May 2016

Temple was very clean and not cluttered. Easy to find. This Temple was almost like other Temples. Nice place to visit.

Thank hirom107
Reviewed 23 April 2016 via mobile

We had the absolute pleasure of a private visit. The evening ceremony was delightful. I enjoyed the information provided by the monk, he was an absolute delight. This is a lovely temple.

Thank Elizabeth_and_David
Reviewed 21 April 2016

Nagoya’s temples are very multicultural (in a genuine way, not in a fake British way : p ). I visited two temples containing Indian style architecture, and this one, Nittaiji, which has a Thai stupa and Thai-style Buddhist altar with traditional Thai parasol sheltering the...More

Thank ART196
Reviewed 25 April 2015 via mobile

It is a huge Thai temple located about 10mins walk from kakuouzan subway station(higashiyama line, yellow one) in Nagoya. The street from the station is famous for fashionable cafe and art craft shops. The temple area is very large, but we didn't find many visitors...More

3  Thank Junichi38
Reviewed 27 February 2014

The temple is so peaceful and calm. I went there in autumn so it's so beautiful while I can see the autumn leaves among the beauty of the temple. The road to the temple is also good for walking. The history of this temple is...More

3  Thank TiddyWallapa
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