Kurikara Fudoji Temple 倶利伽羅不動山（桜）
Rural, mountaintop temple surrounded by cherry trees
Kurikara Fudoji is a Buddhist temple that first opened in 812. The temple was historically an important stop for religious pilgrims.
Its grounds are awash in the pink blossoms of over 6,000 cherry trees every spring. The temple’s usual peak season of late April to early May is slightly later than other cherry blossom spots in Ishikawa.
The temple grounds are atop a mountain in the rural town of Tsubata, so it is recommended that visitors come by car or taxi.
Kurikara Fudoji Temple
AddressRi-2 Kurikara, Tsubatamachi, Kahoku District
Hours9:00 to 16:00