Eko-in TemplePDF DOWNLOAD
With a history stretching back to 1657, Eko-in Temple is closely connected to the Japanese national sport of Sumo. The Nenbutsudo devotional hall is an innovative new building constructed in a traditional yet contemporary style in 2013, making it the perfect setting for exhibitions, meetings, and other events.
After listening to a talk given by the temple’s priest, you can host a seated dinner party in a Japanese style Kyakuden room on the second floor.
|Room/Space||Floor||Size（m2）||Seated||Standing||Price（JPY）||Hours of use||Remarks|
|Kyakuden Room||2||76||60||—||Inquire||Inquire||Japanese style meeting room|