Naritasan Shinsho-ji Temple is a Buddhist temple located in Narita, Chiba Prefecture. The temple deity is Fudo Myo-o and has long been known as "Narita Fudo", while the place serves as a major center of the Fudo religion. About 3 million people visit the temple for the first worship from January 1st to January 3rd, and it is also known that sumo wrestlers and popular actors scatter beans during the Setsubun festival in February.
It is closely related to the famous Kabuki Ichikawa family, famous for its Narita-ya Ichikawa Danjuro, and the name of "Narita-ya" originates from Naritasan.
Since opening, we have been carrying out a continuous Ogoma prayer has been praying daily for world peace and the fulfillment of each visitor's request.
Tour guide volunteers for foreign tourists reside at Naritasan and offer their services to visitors. Our knowledgeable veteran staff will guide you to the highlights of Naritasan Shinsho-ji Temple, such as Naritasan's featured spots for good fortune and successful marriage, nationally designated important cultural heritage buildings, and the nature-rich Naritasan Park.
*Please make a reservation beforehand if you are visiting as a group.
|Guide service hours:||10:00-15:00|
|Reception:||Naritasan Shinsho-ji Temple 1st floor of Shinto Kaikan Hall, information desk in front of Daihondo Hall.|
|Contact:||Narita Volunteer Guide Association|
|Narita-san Shinsho-ji Shinto Kaikan Hall, 1 Narita, Narita City, Chiba Prefecture, 286-0023
TEL：0476-22-2111 (Main line) 541 (Extension)
Naritasan Shinsho-ji Temple has many important historical buildings within its grounds such as nationally designated important cultural heritage. We kindly ask you to donate to help renovate this important cultural heritage and pass it to the next generation.
Donations are accepted at each reception desk. The names of people who donated will be engraved in Naritasan for eternity.