No.112, Wenquan Rd., Beitou Dist., Taipei City 112, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
Want to see something special in Beitou? Then you must not miss this secret spot. Puji Temple (普濟寺) is a rare example of temple architecture practiced by the Shingon sect of Japanese Vajrayana Buddhism. Originally named Tiezhen Temple, this Japanese-style temple was first built in 1905 from donations by Japanese railway employees. It is dedicated to the Goddess of Mercy Avalokiteshvara, who is regarded as a guardian spirit of hot springs. With a wooden hall, curving pillars and bell-shaped windows, visiting Puji Temple makes you feel like you are back to Japan’s Edo period.
- Please keep quite when you visit here.
- Do not take photo inside the temple.