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Shiramizu Amida-do

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Shiramizu Amida-do was constructed in 1160 by Princess Tokuhime, daughter of the first Ōshū Fujiwara lord, Kiyohira, and it is an Amida-do Hall of the late Heian Period. It is also the only building to be designated as a national treasure in Fukushima Prefecture.

Street address

219 Hirohata, Shiramizu-machi, Uchigo, Iwaki City, Fukushima

Access

  • Shin Joban Kotsu Bus bound for Kawadaira to Amida-do from Iwaki Station on the JR Joban Line.
    5 minutes by foot from the bus stop (390 yen)

Opening Hours

Visiting hours
April - October: 8:30-16:00
November - March: 8:30-15:30
(Visitors must enter at least 15 minutes before closing time)

Closed

4th Wednesday of every month

Fee

Adults: 400 yen
Children (elementary school students): 250 yen

Website

http://www.tif.ne.jp/lang/en/sightseeing/topic.html?id=26&category=2

Best season

Apr., Nov.

Point

None
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