Puchi Temple is a historical site with over a hundred years of history. Located in Beitou District of Taipei, Puchi Temple was built in 1905 and is one of the few Japanese Shingon temples in Taiwan. The temple was built by the railway employees at the time and was then designated as a city historical monument. Locals believe that the temple protects the hot springs as the Hot Spring Guanyin enshrined inside it.
Puchi Temple is one of the most well-preserved classic Japanese architectures of Taiwan. Many historical values can be found in the architecture of the temple including the bell shaped windows, classical brackets and arch beams, black roof tiles, and the Hot Spring Guanyin statute.
Take MRT Danshui line(R line) to Xinbeitou MRT station(R22A station), then go to Zhongshan Rd. and then go to the direction of Wenquan Rd. to reach to the temple.
Address: No.112,Wenquan Rd.,Beitou Dist.,Taipei City,Taiwan