The Japanese peace Pagoda signifies tranquility and spirituality and has been built on a slope of a hill in Darjeeling. Nichidatsu Fuji was the creator of this Pagoda. He was a Buddhist monk from Japan and Buddhist Order Nipponzon–Myo-ho-Ji was founded by him. The peace Pagoda was designed by M. Okha and is considered as the largest structure in this town. The diameter of this Pagoda is 23 m and it is 28.5 m high. It serves as a house for four avatars of Lord Buddha. A Buddhist temple and a monastery of traditional Japanese style are located near this Pagoda. Tourists visiting Darjeeling can visit this Pagoda, so as to see this marvelous construction and its beauty. Visiting this Pagoda serves as a great healer, as one gets to experience peace and calmness here. This Pagoda also gives some insight of the Japanese style of architectural design and their cultural heritage.