Masobyo

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Masobyo Temple (媽祖廟), also called Ma Zhu Miao, is located in Yokohama’s Chinatown. The young Taoist temple, which opened relatively recently in 2006, enshrines Mazu, the Chinese Goddess of the Sea. Despite its young age, the temple exudes ancient spirituality older than its years. The structure has a geometrical base and is decorated with blue, green, red, and gold detailing. A massive gate welcomes visitors and worshippers alike and is connected to the main temple with a line of red lanterns. Inside Masobyo, a statue of Mazu is cloaked in vibrant attire and wearing an imperial headdress, symbolizing her godly status. The interior is equally as impressive as the outside with exquisite designs covering every surface. Worshippers commonly go to the temple to pray for safe travels since, historically, sailors and fishermen would pray to the goddess for calm seas during their journeys.

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地址

136 Yamashitacho, Naka Ward, Yokohama, Kanagawa 231-0023, Japan (路线)

营业时间

9:00 - 19:00 现正开放

开放时间

星期一 9:00 - 19:00
星期二 9:00 - 19:00
星期三 9:00 - 19:00
星期四 9:00 - 19:00
星期五 9:00 - 19:00
星期六 9:00 - 19:00
星期天 9:00 - 19:00
假期 9:00 - 19:00

价格

免费入场

电话号码

+81 45-681-0909

交通方式

Ten minute walk from Ishikawa-cho Station (JR Negishi Line), or 3 minute walk from Motomachi Chukagai Station.

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