- Art & Culture
The 53rd Fudasho of the 88 sacred sites on Shikoku. The temple is nicknamed “Wake-no-Enmyo-san” by locals. In 1921, a professor at the University of Chicago who was on a Shikoku Henro (pilgrimage), discovered a copper plate on the miniature shrine where the idol of Amida Nyorai (Buddha) was enshrined. It holds high historical value because the copper plate was marked with the character “Henro (pilgrimage)” used for the first time, and it is still stored at Enmyo-ji Temple.
- 1-182 Wake-cho, Matsuyama, Ehime
- How to Get There
- 5-minute walk from JR "Wake Station"
- Open time
- Visiting only (no office hours) 7:00～17:00
- Open year-round
- No admission fee
- Accessible by public transportation
- Travel by car recommended
- Parking available
- Who are you traveling with?
- Recommended seasons
- Please be aware that changes may be made to the information due to various circumstances.
For the latest information, please contact the respective facilities directly.
- This information is correct as of 8/2020. For details, please visit the official website of each facility or contact each facility.