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Japanese noodles and beautiful temple

This Jindai-ji is the one of the famous temple in Tokyo. To go this temple, it should be taken bus... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
sunsun24
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Tokyo, Japan
Bucolic setting

If you want to see another face of Tokyo,take the train and bus to Jindaiji. Enroute on the train... read more

Reviewed 13 April 2018
birdcagewalking
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Melbourne
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This Jindai-ji is the one of the famous temple in Tokyo. To go this temple, it should be taken bus from JR Kichijo-ji or Mitaka station (or Cho-fu station of Kieo-line). Basiclly it takes 15-20 minutes from the stations but sometimes causes trafic congestion. Although...More

Thank sunsun24
Reviewed 17 September 2018

An extremely beautiful temple area with lovely natural sights and the biggest carps I have seen so far in Japan! This place really is a hidden gem a bit further off the central regions of Tokyo. I would recommend checking out the botanical garden as...More

Thank EduSnacker
Reviewed 25 August 2018 via mobile

Worth a visit as a historical place and also for the ambience including the Botanical garden and foodie paradise that is Soba Noodles, Dango and hot Mochi cakes. We visited on a hot and humid August day and it was very pleasant walking mostly on...More

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Reviewed 21 July 2018 via mobile

We used google map for train to get here from Asakusa. It is very easy even with the bus transferred to the temple. The ground and the area is beautiful and it felt like you are in the countryside. The day we went there was...More

Thank tibet71
Reviewed 30 April 2018 via mobile

This place is so relaxing and waters are crystal clear..eating at the soba shops are wonderful. Clean and traditional place. You can get a yakuyoke (removal of bad spirits) the best part it’s only 20mins from shinjuku!!! By bus. It’s a wonderful relaxing place.

Thank MiraKFilipina
Reviewed 13 April 2018

If you want to see another face of Tokyo,take the train and bus to Jindaiji. Enroute on the train, you can see glimpses of the way of life of some Tokyoites. Trains are frequent and efficient. On arrival at Chofu Station, head towards the central...More

Thank birdcagewalking
Reviewed 11 January 2018

This temple and the surrounding area is beautiful. There are small shops, a pond and incredible soba restaurants. We spent an afternoon here after having soba for lunch and really enjoyed the scenery as well as how much less crowded it was compared to similar...More

Thank Laura H
Reviewed 10 December 2017 via mobile

Stopped by here on the way to Mount Takao (Keio line train). Interesting soba noodle restaurants nearby.

Thank WTisSearching
Reviewed 8 December 2017 via mobile

晩秋の12月に調布市深大寺に紅葉見物と深大寺参拝と蕎麦を食べに行きました。 深大寺植物園から見学し、深大寺で名物深大寺蕎麦を食し、その後は紅葉の深大寺を参拝。 御手水井戸がとてもインスタ映えする写真が撮影できました。 In December of late autumn I went to the Chofu shrine temple to see the autumn leaves, the sightseeing at Saikyoji and soba. We visited from the Buddhist Temples Botanical Gardens, eat the specialty shrine temple soba noodle in the temple and...More

Thank EikiI2
Reviewed 7 December 2017

Even though I lived in Tokyo for a couple of months I always seemed to miss this place on my trips around the city. This is the most green part of Tokyo I've ever been to. Surrounded by many soba restaurants and local souvenir shops,...More

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If you're looking for a wheelchair rental option, it doesn't seem that the temple has such a service. If you're visiting the temple using a wheelchair or with someone using a wheelchair, however, it seems that the temple... More
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