TRAVEL GUIDE NORTHEN BIWA LAKE

Keisoku-ji Temple

This temple is an old temple that was founded in the 8th century. It is currently an abandoned temple and is administered by local residents.
This temple is also known as a picturesque spot for the viewing of colorful autumn foliage and gets thousands of visitors every year.
Gradual stone steps mark the approach, and 200 old maple trees and moss-grown stone walls produce profound scenery.
Address
Kinomotocho Furuhashi, Nagahama City, Shiga Pref.
Access
[Public transportation] 10 min. by bus from JR Kinomoto Stn. and 15-min. walk from Furuhashi Bus Stop.
[Parking] Temporary parking spaces are available during the fall foliage season.
Business hours
9:00~16:00
Refrain from going into the mountains after dark.
Price
Fall foliage support fee: 200 yen (From Nov. 10 (Sat.) to Nov. 27 (Tue.)) for visitors who are high school students or older For the latest information on facilities and admission fees, contact us directly.
Inquiry
Okubiwako Tourist Association
Tel
+81-749-82-5909
Fax
+81-749-82-3956
Email
kankou@nagahama.city.shiga.jp