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Motomachi Catholic Church

Motomachi Catholic ChurchNearby City

4.1/533 Reviews
Hakodate Orthodox Church

Hakodate Orthodox ChurchNearby City

4.3/540 Reviews
St.John's Church Hakodate

St.John's Church HakodateNearby City

4.1/525 Reviews
Seiryu-ji Temple

Seiryu-ji TempleNearby City

4.4/564 Reviews
April - October 8:00-17:30, November - March 9:00-16:30 (Local time)
Located in the aomori house of aomori, aomori temple is famous for the bronze statue of the Japanese statue of the great sun Buddha. The heads of the showerah were crowned with jewels, with carnations hanging from their chests, and bracelets and rings on their arms. The majestic posture is very spectacular and amazing. In addition to the great Buddha, there are also experience activities such as sitting meditation and tasting vegetarian food.
Koryu-ji Temple

Koryu-ji TempleNearby City

4.3/512 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Trappistine Monastery

Trappistine MonasteryNearby City

4.3/530 Reviews
Thu - Tue 8:20 AM - 4:30 PM (Local time)
Hakodate Hachiman Shrine

Hakodate Hachiman ShrineNearby City

4.3/514 Reviews
Other Places of Worship
Higashihonganji HakodateBetsuin

Higashihonganji HakodateBetsuinNearby City

3.9/58 Reviews
Open all day (Local time)
Uto Shrine

Uto ShrineNearby City

4.2/513 Reviews
Situated in Aomori City, the Uto Shrine is a shrine that worships the daughter of the founding father of Japan. It is said to have been around since ancient times. It was reconstructed by the then military attache in 807 and was designated as a shrine representing Aomori in 1641. Here, you can pray for family health, traffic safety, business prosperity and many other wishes, which are deeply loved by the people of Aomori.
Fushimiinari Shrine

Fushimiinari ShrineNearby City

4.6/589 Reviews
Sun - Sat 12:00 AM - 11:59 PM (Local time)
If Japan is your next vacation destination, be sure to put the Fushimi Inari Shrine on your "sites-to-see" list. The Shinto shrine, which is located in Kyoto, was founded in 711 AD and is situated at the base of the mountain Inari. People from all over Japan and the rest of the world visit the shrine, especially during the Japanese new year, to see its beauty and worship the god Inari, best known for being the god of rice. A statue of a fox with a key in its mouth, representing the key for the rice granary, stands guard outside the main gate to the Fushimi Inari Shrine for all visitors to admire.