Meguro Fudo

Meguro FudoMeguro Fudo (目黒不動) or Meguro Fudoson (目黒不動尊), whose official name is Rosenji (瀧泉寺), is a Tendai Buddhist temple in the southwestern part of Tokyo.
It is a relatively famous temple, though most of its buildings are post-war reconstruction made with concrete.
It's a 10-min walk from Tokyu Meguro Line Fudo-mae Station.

Niomon Gate
Meguro Fudo

Niomon is the gate where a pair of the statues of Nio, guardian divinities which can be found in many Buddhist temples, are placed.

Meguro Fudo
Meguro Fudo
Dai-Hondo
Meguro Fudo

Dai-Hondo is the main hall of the temple. It enshrines Fudo Myooh.

Shorodo
Meguro Fudo

Shorodo is a tower a huge bell is hung.

Amidado
Meguro Fudo

Amidado is a hall dedicated to Amida Nyorai.

Dokko-no-taki
Meguro Fudo

Dokko-no-taki is a small waterfall and a pond. It is said that when the monk who founded this temple threw a dokko (vajra) to decide where to place the temple, it fell here and this spring emerged.

Meguro Fudo
Meguro Fudo
Meguro Fudo
Meguro Fudo

There are several other small halls and another pond in the precincts.

Meguro Fudo Temple
3-20-26 Shimomeguro, Meguro-ku, Tokyo MAP
Access: 10-min walk from Tokyu Meguro Line Fudo-mae Station
Area guide around this site