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Inuyama-City Jakkoin Autumn Leaves Festival
(Jakkoin Koyo Matsuri)

Date : 11/05/2022 - 12/04/2022

  • Jakkoin Autumn Leaves Festival (Jakkoin Koyo Matsuri)

The Ancient Place Known as "Temple of Maple Leaves in Owari"

The Jakkoin Autumn Leaves Festival celebrates the coming of autumn and the astounding mood change of the maple woods of Jakkoin Temple with a series of interesting events.

Event Schedule

Jakkoin Autumn Leaves Festival

■ Seitokuden/Farewell Lecture
≪Special Lecturer, Chunichi Shimbun Advisor and Editor-in-Chief ≫ Mr. Nobuaki Koide
[Date and Time] Sunday, November 13, 11:00 AM
[Location] Seitokuden Hall
[Audience ticket] 800 yen (Those who are not members of Senjukai should pay at the venue reception)

■ Thousand-Armed Kannon Festival ≪Dai Zuikyu Bodhisattva Special Exhibition Zuikyudo Hall≫
[Date and time] Friday, November 18, 10:30 AM-12:00 PM
[Place] Main hall

■Dai Zuikyu Bosatsu Festival ≪Dai Zuikyu Bodhisattva Special Exhibition Zuikyudo Hall≫
[Date and time] Sunday, December 4, 10:30 AM-12:00 PM
[Location] Main hall


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Date : November 5th (Saturday) to December 4th (Sunday), 2022
Attractions only on specific days.
Always open for autumn foliage appreciation and temple visitation.
Place : Tsugao Kannon Jakkoin Temple
Location : 〒484-0091
Mt. Tsugao, Inuyama City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
Parking : Available
Restrooms : Available
Phone number : 0568-61-0035 (Tsugao Kannon Jakkoin Temple)

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  • Access by public transport
    Access by public transport
    From Meitetsu Nagoya Station, take the Meitetsu Inuyama Line bound for Inuyama and alight at Inuyama-Yuen Station. Walk 1.8km (25 min.) northeastwards via Route 185 by the margins of the Kiso River (Kisogawa) or take a taxi.
  • Access by car
    Access by car
    •Approx. 20 min. northwestwards from Komakihigashi I.C. of the Chuo Expressway via routes 49, and 461 - head north by Route 49 then after 3.9km (5 min.) enter Route 461 by heading straight (heading for Route 41 and Owari Park Way at the point where Route 49 turns to the left). After this bifurcation, follow Route 461 for 7.6km (8 min.) then turn right for the last 1km uphill - or;
    •Approx. 30 min. northwards from either Komaki-kita Exit of the Nagoya Expressway R11 Komaki Route, or Komaki I.C. of the Meishin Expressway / Tomei Expressway via routes 41, 27, and 185.

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