Entsuin Temple

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Wheelchair-friendly
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Dedicated to the son of the ruling feudal lord at the time, and doubling as a mausoleum, Entsuin Temple in Miyagi Prefecture is something of an oddity for Japanese Buddhist temples. The ruling lord at the time, Date Masamune, had gained an interest in Christian technology and religion and was a patron of an expedition to the pope in Rome. This interest in Western civilization can be see reflected in a Western style rose garden and in Western designs on art in the mausoleum of Entsuin Temple. In addition to being of historical interest, the temple is also a great destination for travelers looking to clear their minds and focus on meditation.

Photograph provided by Tourism Division, Miyagi Prefecture Government

Telephone Number
022-354-3206
Postal code
〒9810213
Address
67 Azachonai, Matsushima-machi, Miyagi
円通院
Method of payment
Cash
Recommended season
October, November
Business Hours
Monday・Tuesday・Wednesday・Thursday・Friday・Saturday・Sunday : 08:30~16:30

Admisson Fee
JPY0 / Adult

Opening hours very depending on season.
April~late October 8:30~17:00
late October~November 8:30~16:30
December~March 9:00~16:00

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