Indosan Nippon Japanese Temple in Bodh Gaya

Brilliant Japanese architecture on display

Brilliant Japanese architecture on display | Photo credit: Paul Carvill/Flickr

Indosan Nippon Japanese Temple Overview

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15 kilometers away from the holy city of Bodh Gaya is the Indosan Nippon Japanese Temple. Boasting of intricate wooden carvings, this temple is known for its unique and exquisite Japanese architecture and is a perfect example of Buddhist traditions and culture.

Housing beautiful Japanese paintings that trace significant events in Gautam Buddha’s life, this temple was built in the year 1972. In order to spread Buddhism, It is believed that the Japanese government funded this shrine in order to spread word about Buddhism and its teachings.

  • Opening Closing Time 5 am to 12 pm and 2pm to 6 pm (Daily)

  • Entrance Fee Free Entry

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: On the Buddha Road, Bodhgaya