The temple of Ichangu Narayan is located in the village of Ichangu, in the North-Western region of the Kathmandu Valley. It is one of the four Narayanas established by Haridutta Varma and is considered to be the Narayan of the Northern Direction. The temple in beautiful structure with multiple roofs and ornate carvings of Garuda on the top of the stone pillars. The idol of Narayan is housed within the temple while many other idols – including those of Buddha, Shiva and Parvati, Ganesh, Hanuman, Bhimsen, and Laxmi Narayan -- are found around the temple premises.
Artefacts from the ancient period can also be found around the vicinity of the temple, and also present here are inscriptions dating back to the Lichchhavi period. The temple is very popular with devotees during the festivals of Krishnaastami, Ramanavami, and Ekadashi.