Fujiwara no Kiyohara's daughter Princess Tokuhime is said to have built Shiramizu Amida Temple as a memorial to her deceased husband, Norimichi Iwaki. The architecture is representative of the late Heian period. Its design elegantly harmonizes the beautiful curved lines of the roof with its Jodo style garden. During the summer, the oga lotus is in bloom. During fall, the large gingko tree and maple are in full splendor. Shiramizu Amida Temple is Fukushima Prefecture's only national treasure.
- April to October - 8:30 to 16:00
November to March - 8:30 to 15:30
- Entrance Fee
- Adults: 400 yen / Children: 250 yen
- Every 4th Wednesday, Setsubun holiday (Feb.3), Spring and Autumn Equinox days August 12-16, August 24, the 2nd Wednesday and Thursday in December, December 25-31.
- Zip code
- 221 Hirohata, Shiamizu-machi, Uchigo, Iwaki
- Available (including large vehicles)
- By car: About 20 minutes from Joban Expressway Iwaki Chuo Interchange.
By public transportation: Get off at JR Uchigo Station on the JR Joban Line and walk for about 15 minutes. Take the bus for Kabira and get off at bus stop "Amida-do" and walk for about 15 minutes.