Sanbutsu-ji is on Santoku-san, 900 m above sea level, in Misasa-cho, Tottori Prefecture. It is an old temple, said to have been built in 706 by Enno-Ozunu, founder of the Shugen-do sect of Buddhism. Nageiri-do, a hall built as if suspended on a precipitous cliff, is designated as a National Treasure, while Zao-gongen-zo (a copper mirror showing images of gods and the Buddha) has been designated an Important Cultural Property by the Japanese government. The whole of Santoku-san is designated a national historic and scenic place.
Address: 1010 Santoku, Misasa-cho, Tohaku-gun, Tottori
Admission Fee: 400 yen (regular fee)
[Bus]JR Kurayoshi Station/Bus/40 min./Mitokuyama-sando-iriguchi Bus Stop/On foot/10 min.