About Fudoin Temple
Serene buddhist temple built around 1540. Damaged during the atomic bombing, but left mostly unscathed.
One of only a few historic structures in Hiroshima that survived the atomic bombing, Fudoin Temple has a history dating back to 1540. It is the only National Treasure remaining in Hiroshima.
The temple marks the start of the Futabanosato Historical Walking Trail. However, the stunning architecture and peaceful grounds make it a very pleasant visit whether you intend to walk the whole trail or not.
The temple is easy to access from the Fudoin-mae Station on the Astram Line.