May 1, 2011

MAY 5th (Thur) National Treasure "FUDOIN" community event

The Fudoin temple in Hiroshima is one of the very few structures that had survived the ghastly nuclear explosion in 1945. And also be very well known as one of National Treasure
The Fudoin temple is an exquisite piece of work and holds a number of antique structures that speak of the rich cultural heritage of the past. The main hall or Kondo is one of the biggest medieval structures in the country, also it is designated as a national treasure. You can see exterior appearance through a whole year、but not inside. It is not opened to public but only for fixed date which is about only 5 or 6 times throughout a year.

Every May 5th, inside of Kondo is open to public! You will be able to have great Japanese traditional experience there! There will be awesome KOTO(Japanese traditional music instrument) music performance which you will like it for sure!!
Let's enjoy rare Japanese Traditional experience with local people!!

Date&Time: May 5th (Sun) 1Pm
  • Bus: From Hiroshima Station, take bus bound for Hesaka and get off at Fudoin-mae. From there, it's a 2-minute walk.
  • Astram Line: From Kencho-mae (front of Prefectural Government office), take Astram Line bound for Koiki Koen (Hiroshima Regional Park) and get off at Fudoin-mae. From there, it's a 1 minute walk.

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