Tanjoji Temple

Built in 1276 by holy priest Nike in commemoration of Saint Nichiren's place of birth, it is the main temple of the Buddhist School of Nichiren.
There is also one of the largest Deva gates in the prefecture, and the large onigawara (ogre tiles) on Soshido Hall, which total 21 tatami mats in size.
The smell of Tanjoji Temple's incense and wind that blows from the sea are acknowledged as one of the "100 best aromatic landscapes of Japan" by the Ministry of the Environment.