Situated on Wenquan Road in Beitou District， Puji Temple is one of the few surviving Japanese-era Buddhist temples in Taiwan. It was built in 1905 with donations from railway workers and was known as Tesshin-in. Today， the temple is dedicated to Guanyin， who is locally considered to be the guardian spirit of the hot springs. In 1998， the temple was designated as an official historic site. The Japanese aesthetics of the temple are evident in the tranquil simplicity and sober design. The Japanese-style worship ceremony is continued to this day at the temple.