It is a temple on the northwest hillside of Hiroshima Station. It is said that it was built by Kukai and is called Santaki-ji because there are three waterfalls in the area: Komaga-taki, Brahma-n-taki and Yumei no Taki. It is recommended that you wear comfortable shoes, as this will cause a fairly long staircase from the parking lot to the temple and Ishiki aki at the top. Taihe people moved out from Wakayama Shrine to commemorate the atomic bombing, which is very admirable. Moreover, since there was almost no damage when the atomic bomb was dropped, it became a temporary relief center for victims, and many memorials commemorating peace wishes can be seen in the area.
I don't understand why but this temple is not on the tourist route, so it is very quiet and beautiful. Very peaceful temple, worth walking around, it’s a bit far from Hiroshima city, so driving or taking a tram is a better choice, not on foot
Ancient temples, quaint, beautiful.
In autumn, you must come to admire the red leaves of Manji Temple, it is very beautiful.
The most beautiful season must be autumn. The building is beautiful against the red leaves.