Temples & Shrines
Manpuku-ji Temple was built in 1654 by a Chinese monk revered by the shogun and head priests of the time. In 1661, the temple became a representative Zen temple and one of Japan's three most famous Zen temples.
- 34 Gokashou-sanbanwari, Uji-city.611-0011
Entrance Fees: Adults, University and High School students 500 yen/Junior High and Elementary School Students 300 yen
Hours: 9:00-17:00 (Last admission 16:30)
Access: 5-minute walk from JR Oubaku Station on the JR Nara Line and Keihan Oubaku Station on the Keihan Uji Line
Parking: Cars 500 yen for the first 90 min (afterwards 200 yen / 30 min) Buses 2,000 yen / day
Wheelchair accessible: Yes (Not all areas)