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    Zofukuji Temple (Furindera Temple)

    • Zofukuji Temple

    Zofukuji Temple—otherwise known as “Furindera Temple”, meaning the “Wind Chime Temple”—is a Buddhist temple in the small, 300-person town of Odo.
    In 2002, the temple became the first in Japan to receive wind chimes as donations after Zofukuji Temple’s chief priest answered the wishes of the younger generation to revitalize the Odo area. Over 7,000 of these wind chimes, known as Odo’s “Yumekake Furin Wind Chimes”, are enshrined within the premises as donations from pilgrims visiting from various regions around Japan.
    The soothing ring of the chimes creates a truly mysical ambience you're encouraged to experience for yourself.

    Basic Information

    Address 〒444-2846
    18-19 Teranoshita, Odo-cho, Toyota-shi, Aichi 444-2846
    Parking Available (6 spaces in front of the main hall)
    • Free parking also available outside of the Odo Yumekake Furin Eki Bus Stop (approx. 2-minute walk).
    Directions by public transportation Get on the Asahi/Toyota Line of the Toyota Oiden Bus from Toyotashi Station on the Meiteitsu Toyota Line/Mikawa Line and get off at the Odo Bus Stop. Approx. 2-min. walk.
    Directions by car Approx. 35 min. from Toyota-Fujioka Interchange on the Tokai-Kanjo Expressway.
    Approx. 45 min. from Mizumami Interchange on the Chuo Expressway.

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