Mitaki Temple
Mitaki Temple
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Remko G
Hoofddorp, Paesi Bassi1 contributo
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
mar 2024 • Solo
Really worth walking around here for a few hours. The nature, waterfalls and tranquility are beautiful. Many beautiful shrines and statues to see. 10-15 min walk from the station. It is located in a somewhat steep area.
Scritta in data 22 aprile 2024
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Jack
Markham, Canada26 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
mar 2024 • Solo
First I don’t know why this place is ranked so low. Compared to Shukkeien Garden which is ranked much higher, this place is what most tourist expects from Japan - nature, shine, religion and history - all combined in this 2 hours easy hike. You have the entire place to yourself (when I was there early morning in March). It is little far (like 20 min subway ride and 20 min walk or u can take a 45 min bus to decrease the walking time) from city centre but well worth the travel. I was impressed and glad I had a moment with this place which will stay with me forever.
Scritta in data 2 aprile 2024
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ZenDark30
Portland, OR4.176 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
nov 2023 • Coppie
Take your time and if you like to hike you can take a rigorous walk to a view point. We saw 5 year olds and 80 year olds doing it albeit slower.

The fall colors were vibrant and photogenic. Lots of places to grab tea and a snack.
Scritta in data 22 novembre 2023
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Zimminaroundtheworld
Okinawa Prefecture, Giappone1.947 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
ago 2020
A friend of mine mentioned the Mitaki Temple near Hiroshima. I decided to walk here from downtown, only about 4 km or 2 miles. The temple area is pretty easy to find, there is a parking area here as well. I've been in Japan a year now and this might be one of the prettiest temples I've seen. The whole complex is just breathtaking. The Pagoda is pretty, but keep walking the trail and you will see shrines, statues, monuments, and other structures. The most impressive part was how the temples and nature co-exist. They built a lot of the structures in the side of the hills and this time of year (summer) it is wonderful. I can't wait to come back here in the fall to see it again.
Scritta in data 31 agosto 2020
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みるく733851
Hirakata, Giappone5.281 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
mar 2020
広島駅の北西の山腹にあるお寺です。空海が創建したといわれ、境内に「駒ヶ滝」「梵音の滝」「幽明の滝」の三つの滝があることから三瀧寺といわれています。駐車場から一番上にあるお堂や一の滝まではかなり長い階段をのぼっていくため、履きなれた靴がおすすめです。多宝塔は原爆供養のために和歌山の神社から移築されたもので、非常に立派です。また、原爆投下時には被害がほとんどなかったことから、被災者の臨時救護所になったこともあり、境内には平和の願いに関する慰霊碑が多く見られます。
Scritta in data 10 aprile 2020
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James H
Brisbane, Australia13 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
gen 2020
A great collection of shrines in a peaceful mountain location. We walked up from Mitaki station and it didn't take too long, but if you aren't one for enjoying a walk up a steep hill, take the tourist bus.
Scritta in data 13 gennaio 2020
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dasz99
Guildford, UK62 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
nov 2019 • Coppie
We had a choice of Miyajima or Mitaki and went for Mitaki. I suspect the two are opposites and we made the right call.

We took the train and the short walk up the hill - 10-20 minutes. The temple is set into the hillside with gardens, waterfalls and statues - and no tourist developments, shops or semi tame deer!

In the autumn it was stunning. The walk up the hill behind the temple was a lovely antidote to the hectic city. You need decent footwear and it could be a challenge in wet or very hot weather, but the path through the forest is reasonably obvious. You are rewarded with a great view at the top. It’s possible to do a full circuit back to the temple but locals suggested the decent was steep and it was better to return the way we came. Allow 40-60 minutes for the ascent.

Scritta in data 1 dicembre 2019
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blub1337
Passau, Germania3 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
set 2019 • Amici
Toller Ort! Bei unserem Besuch hat es geregnet, was denn Ganzen eine besondere Stimmung verliehen hat. Außerdem waren wir zu Dritt die einzigen Besucher! :)
Scritta in data 20 settembre 2019
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Flo Tlse
Tolosa, Francia828 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
ago 2019 • Solo
Petit temple cacher en forêt et dans une petite montagne avec tous son charme. Ensuite une fois qu’ont a fais le tour du temple, pour les plus courageux on suis un petit chemin qui nous fais aller au sommet de cette même petite montagne et qui nous offre une vue simplement magnifique sur Hiroshima! La plus belle vue d’Hiroshima pour moi!
Scritta in data 23 agosto 2019
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hfot2 🌸🍁🌸
Vermont7.512 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
nov 2018
Add time to your Hiroshima visit for at least a half-day at this enchanting temple. It is definitely worth a visit in any season, but it is especially beautiful in autumn when the leaves have turned. It was crowded on a gloriously sunny day in autumn, but that was to be expected at this season. The grounds are large enough though that we didn’t feel a crush of crowds but some of the stairs were quite full of people.

The temple grounds climb up the hill of Mount Mitaki. Three waterfalls, after which the temple is named, highlight the meandering paths.

Jizo statues, covered in damp moss, and dressed in red hats and bibs, line walkways and steps. Numerous other Buddhist statues can be found on seemingly every bit of available space. Where there aren’t statues, there are stone lanterns.

The walk through the atmospheric forest does involve steps which can be slippery and uneven. The higher you go, the more difficult the steps. The most interesting for us was the walk through the trees coming upon statues, and ponds, and small shrines.

The trees were not spectacularly in color and that was a disappointment. The requisite and famous red and white pagoda, several temple buildings, a bell tower, a tea house, and more did make for an interesting visit though, with many photo ops.

Mitaki-dera is a 2 stop train ride from Hiroshima on the JR Kabe line and a long 15 or 20 minute walk uphill from the Mitaki JR station, OR a bus ride from Hiroshima station to the Mitaki Kanon bus stop which gets you much closer to the entrance to the temple.

This was our first trip to Japan without the need for a JR Pass, so we took the bus. We probably would have done so anyway given the fact that the walk to the temple was much shorter. On the bus we saw how much uphill driving there was from the Mitaki station to the Mitaki Kanon bus stop and we were quite pleased that we chose the bus. If you plan on going by bus, do get a schedule from the bus station in Hiroshima and do check the return route time. We verified with the driver the location of the bus stop for our trip back to Hiroshima and planned our visit to get back to the bus stop before bus arrived.

Tips for Visitors:
Wear good walking shoes to provide traction on the moss covered potentially slippery stone steps.

Where the sign, Japanese only, says it is not recommended to go further, believe it - there is not much beyond just a dam that presumably serves as protection against flooding.

There are only a few toilets strategically placed, one at the lower level and one midway up the the walk to the summit - use them when you see them.

Food is available at the lower level - bring a snack with you and bottled water.

You can spend the whole morning here if you get an early start, then return to the station, get lunch (or eat at the gift shop cum restaurant at the base of Mitaki) and go to Fudoin.
Scritta in data 8 agosto 2019
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