Welcome to the Indosan Nippon Japanese Temple in Gaya.
Built in 1972 with the help of international Buddhist communities, this temple is a fine example of Japanese architecture and Buddhist culture. And let me tell you, it’s one of the most popular temples in Bodh Gaya.
The temple is located just 15 km away from the city center, making it a convenient stop on your spiritual journey. But don’t worry, it’s not just convenient, it’s also stunning! The intricate wooden carvings are a feast for the eyes and the peaceful atmosphere is perfect for meditation.
Did you know that Bodh Gaya is considered one of the greatest tourist attractions in Bihar? It’s the birthplace of Buddhism and home to some of the most beautiful and heritage temples in India. So, if you’re looking for a spiritual journey, this is the place to be.
The walls of the temple are adorned with inscriptions of the teachings of Buddha, and the gallery showcases Japanese paintings that depict important events of Buddha’s life. And let’s not forget about the school within the compound.
So, make sure to add the Indosan Nippon Japanese Temple to your Bodh Gaya tour. And don’t forget, the temple is open from 6 AM – 12 PM and 2 PM – 5 PM. So, come and soak up the peaceful atmosphere and learn more about Buddhist culture.