Koyama Shoryudaikannon


Koyama in the northern part of former Hakimachi rises this statue of Guanyin and dragon at its foot. 28 meters in height, the monument symbolizes good luck, fortune, and financial blessings. Many come here to pray for a fulfilling and meaningful life. It is the largest of its kind for a shoryu kannon (Guanyin with a rising dragon). The monument was funded entirely by a group of individuals including a local business owner named Mr. Hayashi who had obtained a vision of Guanyin in his dream to erect this idol.

* Info on structure
Built: August 1987

Basic Information

Address (Japanese) 838-1521 福岡県朝倉市杷木志波871-4
Address 871-4 Hakishiwa, Asakura City, Fukuoka Prefecture
Telephone Number 0946-63-3031(香山昇龍大観音)
Fax Number 0946-62-0307
Open 8am - 5:30pm
Closed Open all year (no entry outside of 8:30am - 5pm visitation hours.)
Car Park Available: 100
Access 10 min by car from Nishitetsu Bus Haki bus stop.

*Information on facilities is subject to change. Please check each official website for the latest information.


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