Nagataki Hakusan-jinja shrine & Choryuji Temple


Founded by monk Taicho at the beginning of Nara era, it flourished mainly during Kamakura and Muromachi eras. Many cultural heritage related to Hakusan faith are still remain. From ancient times, it was called Hakusan Chugu Choryuji Temple, and it was divided into Nagataki Hakusan-jinja Shrine and Hakusan Choryuji Temple during the separation of Shintoism and Buddhism in Meiji era.

Basic Information

501-5104 Shirotori-cho, Gujo-shiNagataki 91
Shirotori Interchange10 minutes
Parking lots
Ordinary cars 50 lots
Telephone Number

Facility service


Not support

For those with small children

  • Nursing room
  • Diaper changing table
  • kids space

Barrier-free service

  • Wheelchair-accessible toilets
  • Ramp/elevator installed
  • omoiyari parking lot

For those with pets

  • Pets allowed
  • Space for pets available
  • Can be accompanied by a carry-on bag

Services for International Visitors

  • Foreign language menus
    English / Simplified Chinese / Chinese / Korean
  • Foreign language customer service
    ( English /Chinese / Cantonese /Korean )
  • Ingredient details in foreign language
    ( English /Simplified Chinese / Chinese /Korean )

Cashless support

  • Credit card
    ( VISA / MASTER / JCB / AMEX / Diners / Union Pay )
  • Electronic payment

Muika Matsuri is held on 6th of January every year. It is a national important intangible folk cultural property "Nagataki-no-ennen" which is dedicated in an ancient style. It is also called "Hana-bai Festival" because strong young men are competing for the large flower hung on the ceiling which takes place from the middle of "Ennen". It is said that taking this flower will bring abundant silk moths, a good harvest, family safety, and prosperous business.

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