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3 Kongo-ji Fudo-do (Kongo-ji Temple Fudo-Hall)

National Important Cultural Properties (Building)
Designated on November 29, 1946

The Fudo-do (Fudo-Hall) is a magnificent building with wide copper roofing with the original shape of the thatched roof. The building shows a figure of main halls of medieval esoteric-Buddhism of the Shingon sect. One of the features of the building is the elegant and stately curved roof with large eaves. The temple is believed to have been completed as a large-scale temple at the end of the 12th century. According to the inscription on the back of Fudomyoo-zo Kohai (the statue of Fudomyoo's aureola), Fudoyoo-zo is designated as National Important Cultural Property. Fudo-do (Fudo-Hall) was destroyed by a storm on August 4, 1335 then repair of the hall finished at the current site on June 28, 1342.

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733 Takahata, Hino-city
3-min walk from the Keio Line & Tama Intercity Monorail Takahatafudo Station
Please use public transportation during the Chrysanthemum Festival.
{Parking available, lavatories : provided, photography prohibited}