Meguro 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 is the gate where a pair of the statues of Nio, guardian divinities which can be found in many Buddhist temples, are placed.
Dai-Hondo is the main hall of the temple. It enshrines Fudo Myooh.
Shorodo is a tower a huge bell is hung.
Amidado is a hall dedicated to Amida Nyorai.
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.
There are several other small halls and another pond in the precincts.
Access: 10-min walk from Tokyu Meguro Line Fudo-mae Station