Daihizan Sekibutsu

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Daihizan Sekibutsu (大悲山の石仏) has many historical Buddha Statue. It was carved on the small stone cliffs in Fukushima. There are many stone sculptures that was built in early 8th century.
Therefore, they are registered as the national historic sites. These stone sculptures are one of 3 great cave sculptures in Japan.

Tourist Info.
There is parking and restroom.

0. at Soma Station.
1. use JR Joban Line to Momouchi Station.
2. walk north (30 min.)

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Map around Daihizan Sekibutsu

Detailed Travel Guide

Daihizan Stone Statues are located southern Minami Soma, Fukushima Prefecture. These Stone Statuens are built in 8th century. They are Buddha figures carved on a rock face that are registered as the national historic sites.


9m tall.