NOSE MYOKENSAN TEMPLE
Nose Myokensan Temple is a Buddhist temple from the Nichiren sect temple which attracts many visitors on a new year's. Nose Myokensan Temple is on top of the beautiful Mt Myoken in Nose Osaka, where there are many large beech trees including some with a circumference of 2 meters. It is a very scenic journey from Kawanishi-noseguchi to Myoken-guchi, which is the full line of on a Noseden line, which was originally developed just for the trip to this temple. After getting off at Myoken-guchi station, another scenic journey by cable car and lift is waiting for you. There are many beech trees on Mt Myoken including more than 100 trees with a circumference of 2 meters. Among them, the biggest one with 1.3 meter in diameter is designated as a natural treasure. It is also a great place for bird watching with more than 82 pieces found this area. Built in 1603, Nose Myokensan Temple is a Nichiren sect temple and attracts many visitors on a new year's. There is a popular hiking course and picnic place near the temple.
Nose Myokensan Temple Address:
661 Nomanaka, Nose, Osaka Prefecture.
NOSE MYOKENSAN TEMPLE MAP
Nose Myokensan Temple is indicated by the red marker.
Author: Craig Fryer