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30 Nov 2016

EDO - Kawasaki district

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Kawasaki district 川崎   



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Kawasaki in the Edo Period (1603 – 1867)
Kawasaki was a bustling metropolis in medieval Japan. Built at the foot of Kawasaki daishi temple, the town was an important stopping point along the Tokaido highway, which connected Kyoto and Edo (the old name for Tokyo).
The Tama River, known as Japan's "mother river," runs through Tokyo and into Kawasaki. In the past it often flooded because there were no levees in those days. Kawasaki takes its name from the Japanese word meaning "point on the river."
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川崎 六郷渡舟 Kawasaki Rokugo watashibune
Utagawa Hiroshige 歌川広重 東海道五拾三次



On the ferry boat (watashibune 渡舟) you can see a traveler relaxing while taking a smoke.


. The 53 stations of the Tokaido Road 東海道五十三次 .
2. Kawasaki-juku 川崎宿 (Kawasaki) Kanagawa


. Temple Kawasaki Daishi 川崎大師 .

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Kawasaki - A Military Checkpoint (Seki)
The road to Edo is busy, even this early in the morning. We are travelling along the main highway that leads from the imperial capital of Kyoto to Edo. This road, known as the Tokaido , is the busiest thoroughfare in all of Japan. It is used not only by merchants and local villagers, but also by many pilgrims making the long trip from their homes in Edo to the most important temples and shrines in western Japan. In addition, you can sometimes see large companies of samurai, marching on the long journey between their home provinces and the military capital, in Edo.

The Shogun -- the military leader who rules Japan -- does his best to ensure that free travel is maintained throughout the country. However, although even the poorest peasant is allowed to travel about the country freely, all of the main roads in and out of Edo are guarded by seki (barriers), where guards stop all travelers to search for troublemakers and check everyone for weapons. We are approaching one of the seki right now. If you look up ahead, you can see the guards standing in front of a large gate that marks the last seki on the road into Edo.

The seki are checkpoints set up at strategic locations along most of the All of these main roads are guarded by seki. In addition to helping regulate trade, these barriers are important control centers for the Shogun. It is important for the government to ensure free travel throughout the country, since this helps promote trade and economic growth. However, if people are allowed to travel freely, there is a chance that some will try to plot against the government, or take part in smuggling. The seki are one of the main systems of preventing such unlawful activity.
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Fortunately, we should be able to pass through the seki very quickly. We are just common folks, and we certainly don't look like troublemakers. There are a bunch of other farmers and laborers passing through the gates, and they all look pretty much the same. Most peasants wear simple clothes -- a kimono made of cotton, a fundoshi (loincloth) and straw sandals. A few of the more wealthy farmers may have an outer kimono, with a fancy design on it, or they may wear geta (wooden sandals) instead of sandals made from straw. None of the people passing through the gate with us has any bundles big enough to conceal a sword. Most of them are just carrying vegetables to sell in town, and some have nothing at all except a few coins to pay for the ferry boat that takes people across the river and into Edo. Japanese coins have a hole in the center, so they can be tied together on a string like beads on a necklace. This makes them easier to carry.

The guards let us pass through the gates one by one. Inside the main gates is a large building for the guards and officials who run this seki. People who are carrying large loads of merchandise have to go into the building and have their goods inspected. Merchants have to pay a tax on all of the goods that they sell, and before they ship them to other parts of the country, they have to get an official stamp to prove that they have paid the tax. The guards check these stamps and make sure that the merchants are not trying to smuggle merchandise without paying the tax. People who try to smuggle goods through without paying the tax have to pay a stiff fine -- usually, several times the amount of the original tax.

Since we don't have any heavy belongings, all we have to do is pass through a small corridor where the guards do a body search to check for weapons. There are both male and female guards, since somebody has to search the women who pass through the seki. After the guards have made sure we aren't carrying any weapons, they lead us out of the building and through another gate on the opposite side of the seki, where the road continues on towards Edo.
- source : Edomatsu

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Kawasaki-ku (川崎区)
is one of the seven wards of the city of Kawasaki in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan.
..... Under the Nara period Ritsuryō system, what is now Kawasaki Ward became part of Tachibana District Musashi Province.
In the Edo period, it was administered as tenryō territory controlled directly by the Tokugawa shogunate, but administered through various hatamoto, and prospered as Kawasaki-juku, a post station on the Tokaido highway connecting Edo with Kyoto.
After the Meiji Restoration, the area urbanized with the development of Kawasaki Station on the Tokaido Main Line and became a center for heavy industry. The area was largely destroyed by the Great Kanto earthquake of 1923 and during American bombing during World War II. Kawasaki Ward was established with the division of the city of Kawasaki into wards on April 1, 1972.
Long associated with crime, labor unrest, organized crime and pollution-related diseases, the local government undertook extensive efforts in the 1990s to revamp the area image.
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. Japanese Architecture - Interior Design - The Japanese Home .

. Doing Business in Edo - 商売 - Introduction .

. shokunin 職人 craftsman, craftsmen, artisan, Handwerker .

. senryu, senryū 川柳 Senryu poems in Edo .

. densetsu 伝説 Japanese Legends - Introduction .


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29 Nov 2016

FUDO - Konryu Daishi and Fudo


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Konryu Daishi 建立大師 and Fudo Myo-O

建立大師相応和尚 Konryu Daishi So-O Kasho (833 - 918)
(そうおうかしょう) Souou, priest Soo Kasho
His teacher was Ennin.



He was born in 近江国浅井郡 Azaigun in Omi and is said to be a descendant of 天帯彦国押人命 Ametarashihikokunioshihito no Mikoto, the first son of Kōshō 孝昭天皇 Kosho Tenno (475 - 393 BC), the fifth emperor of Japan.
At the age of 15 to entered the monastery at Mount Hieizan and became a monk at age 17.

After long practise he begun to offer flowers every day for seven years at the hall 根本中堂 Konponchudo at temple 比叡山延暦寺 Enryaku-Ji.
Upon approval of 大納言藤原良相 Dainagon Fujiwara Yoshimi (813 - 867) he received his Buddhist name So-O, including the character 相 from Yoshimi.

Legend knows that he was taken to the paradise of Miroku Bosatsu after praying to Fudo Myo-O.

He is the founder of the 北嶺回峯行の創始者 Hokurei Kaihogyo practise of the "Northern Peaks" of Mount Hieizan.
Kaihogyo of the 南山 Southern Peaks had been started by 役行者 En no Gyoja.

He died at the age of 88 at the temple 十妙院 Shosha-In while saying prayers to Amida Nyorai.



明王堂 Myo-O Do(比叡山 / 無動寺谷) Hieizan Mudojidani
法華経常不軽菩薩の行 Hokekyo Sutra, Jofukyo Bosatsu (Sadāparibhūta Bodhisattva)
供花 kuge - "Flower offerings" of 樒 Shikimi branches

不動明王の信仰 - His strong belief in Fudo Myo-O, retreat at 無動寺谷 Mudojidani.
In the Southern district of Hieizan he built the hall 無動寺明王堂 Mudo-Ji Myo-O Do and from there started his Kaihogyo with the aim to become one with Fudo Myo-O himself.

葛川参籠 Katsuragawa sanro retreat
山王信仰 Belief In Sanno at the hall 山王大宮社殿 Sanno Omiya Shaden.
加持祈祷 Fire rituals to heal sick emperors
- reference source : tendai.or.jp/daihoue/profile -

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. kaihoogyoo, kaihōgyō 回峰行 Kaihogyo, "circling the mountain" .
The Tendai Marathon Monks

. Ennin 円仁 - Jigaku Daishi 慈覚大師 . (794 – 864)

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Katsuragawa 葛川息障明王院 Katsuragawa Sokusho Myo-O In
滋賀県大津市葛川坊村町155 / Katsuragawa bomuracho 155
安曇山 Adosan Myo-O In


The statue of Fudo is a secret statue and only shown on the 28th day of the 8th month.
The temple was founded in 859 by the priest 相応和尚 So-O

- Chant of the temple
白露の玉まくくずのかつら川 くる秋にしも我はかへらん

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Sokushō Kō 息障講 Stopping-Obstacles Group
an organization of individuals who devotedly serve the practitioner and act as guides through the Kyoto portion of the circumambulation.
- Writes Catherine Ludvik:
"The Sokushou-kou appears to derive its name from a temple in the western foothills of Mt. Hira in Shiga Prefecture known as Katsuragawa Sokushō Myō-ō-in 葛川息障明王院, an important center of Tendai mountain asceticism since the Heian period (794-1185).
The temple was established by the founding figure of the Kaihougyou, the Tendai monk Souou 相応 (831-918), who performed ascetic practices in this area. When Fudo Myo-o appeared to him in a waterfall, Souou jumped in to embrace him, and, finding a log of a katsura 葛 tree, enshrined it.
Tradition has it that from this log of katsura he carved three images of Fudo, worshipped today at Katsuragawa Sokushou Myou-ou-in, the temple he established near the waterfall, at Mudouji 無動寺 (Mudo-Ji), the temple he set up on Mt. Hiei, and at Isakiji 伊崎寺 in Shiga Prefecture."
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Mudooji 無動寺明王堂 Mudo-Ji Myo-O Do
滋賀県大津市坂本本町4220 / 4220 Sakamotohonmachi, Otsu
比叡山 Heiezan Mudo-Ji



The temple was founded by
建立大師相応和尚 (そうおうかしょう) Konryu Daishi So-O Kasho in 865.

- Chant of the temple
詣で来る人のねがひの満ち足れと 
ただひとすじ耳祈る明け今れ




The statue of Fudo Myo-O is secret and only shown during the mandala ritual
明王講曼荼羅供法要 on 6月23日 June 23.

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Isakiji 伊崎寺 Isaki-Ji (Izaki-Ji)
滋賀県近江八幡市白王町1391 / Shiraocho, Omihachiman, Shiga

Isaki no saotobi 伊崎の竿飛び Isaki Pole Diving
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Izaki Pole Diving is a Buddhist rite held on the 1st Sunday of August every year at Izaki Temple in Shirao Town in Omihachiman City, Shiga Prefecture.



Izakiji Temple located at the tip of the small peninsula protruding into Lake Biwa is a temple belonging to the Tendai sect. It is said that the temple was founded in the Teikan era (859-877) by Priest Gyoki.
A thick, square 13m pole protrudes out in parallel to Lake Biwa, about 7 meters above the water.
On the day of the event young trainees at the temple dive boldly from the end of the pole, or drop into the water after hanging by their feet from the metal ring also attached to it.



The rite is said to date back more than 1100 years, to when the monk Konryu Daishi trained at the temple.
He would throw a bowl down onto the lake in order to collect charity from the fishermen below, and then dive down into the water to pick it up again.
It is performed to pray for getting rid of bad luck and also testing for participants' courage, which is a vestige of harsh ascetic training performed by Tendai monks.
The spectators on fishing boats on the lake erupt into cheers and applause when gallant young men dive into the lake with splashes of water in the strong sunshine.
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Hoozanji, Hōzan-ji 宝山寺 / 寳山寺 Hozan-Ji - Ikoma
奈良県生駒市門前町1-1 / 1-1 Monzenchō, Ikoma-shi, Nara



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'Ikoma-Shoten' 生駒聖天.
a Buddhist temple in Monzenmachi, Ikoma, Nara, Japan.
It is also called 'Ikoma-Shoten' (生駒聖天).
The area around Hozan-ji was originally a place for the training of Buddhist monks.
The name of the place at that time was Daisho-Mudo-ji (大聖無動寺).

Mount Ikoma was originally an object of worship for the ancient people in the region, and so this area was selected as a place for religious training. The training area is said to have opened in 655 by En no Gyōja. Many Buddhist monks, including Kukai (空海), are said to have trained in here.

Hozan-ji started when Tankai (湛海) re-opened this training area in the 17th century. Tankai set up a statue of Kankiten at this place in 1678, the official year Hozan-ji was established.
In the Edo period, this temple was one of the most popular Buddhist temples in this region.
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source : iroenpithu-12.boo.jp

. Kinki Pilgrimages to 36 Fudo Temples 近畿三十六不動尊巡礼 .
Nr. 29 Hoozanji 宝山寺 Hozan-Ji
Ikomasan 生駒山


source : www.kinki36fudo.org/29

The main statue is a Shoten 聖天.
Outside is also a mizukake Fudo 水かけ不動.



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. Shiga Prefecture 滋賀県 Fudo Myo-O Temples .

. Fudō Myō-ō, Fudoo Myoo-Oo 不動明王 Fudo Myo-O
Acala Vidyârâja - Vidyaraja - Fudo Myoo .


. 薬師如来 Yakushi Nyorai 薬師如来 Bhaisajyaguru - ABC .

. O-Mamori お守り Amulets and Talismans .

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. Pilgrimages to Fudo Temples 不動明王巡礼
Fudo Myo-O Junrei - Fudo Pilgrims - INTRODUCTION .



. Japan - Shrines and Temples - Index .


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FUDO - Namura Shrine Shiga

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Namura Jinja Shiga

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. Shinto Shrine (jinja 神社) - Introduction .
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Namura Jinja 苗村神社 Namura Shrine, Shiga


滋賀県蒲生郡竜王町大字綾戸467 / 467 Ayado, Ryuo-cho, Gamo-gun, Shiga

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Namura Shrine in Ayado in Ryuo Town, Shiga Prefecture, is a historic shrine and a treasure trove of cultural properties since most of the structures of the shrine are nationally designated as either a National Treasure (NT) or an Important Cultural Property (ICP). The origin of the shrine is not clear, but, as many Kofun (ancient Imperial tombs) have been discovered in the area, it is considered that this shrine was originally founded to enshrine the spirits of ancestors.

The Romon gate (ICP) has the impressively huge thatched roof.
The wooden statue of Fudo Myoo (ICP) is enshrined in the Fudo Hall in the precinct, which is the reminder of Shinbutsu Shugo (the fusion of Shinto and Buddhism) practiced until the end of the Edo period (1868).

The main hall, Nishi-Honden (NT), was constructed in 969 to enshrine the deity Kunisazuchi no Mikoto, who had resided in Mt. Kongo in Yoshino in Yamato province (present-day Nara Prefecture). The old shrine located on the opposite side of the road is the east shrine, Higashi Honden (ICP), which enshrines Okuninushi no Mikoto and Susanoo no Mikoto.

Namura Shrine is the head shrine of all the branch shrines in 33 adjacent villages; hereby the Grand Autumn Festival is held once every 33 years.
- source : Nippon Kichi

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那牟羅彦神 Husband : Namurahiko no Kami
那牟羅姫神 Wife : Namurahime no Kami
- A couple to protect the family.

国狭槌命 Kunisazuchi no Mikoto(西本殿)
大国主命 Okuninushi no Mikoto (東本殿)
素盞嗚尊 Susanoo no Mikoto(東本殿)


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The large, holy forest in the center of the town is the location of the Namura-jinja Shrine, a National Treasure.
Much of the shrine is designated as National Treasures or Important Cultural Properties. During the New Year's Eve celebrations free amazake, a sweet drink made with fermented rice, is given to all worshippers through to the morning of the New Year, and the shrine always experiences a throng of visitors.
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A statue of Fudo Myo-O from the Kamakura period. About 96 cm high.

着衣には緑青、白、朱など華やかな色彩が残る。不動明王の特徴である怒りの表情を表現し、顔を左に向け、左肩を前方に出して上半身を捻らせ、左腕を後ろに引いて腰のあたりで宝剣を握り、左足を開いて岩座に立つ動的な姿に特徴がある。平安時代後期から鎌倉時代初期の作と考えられる.
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. Fudō Myō-ō, Fudoo Myoo-Oo 不動明王 Fudo Myo-O
Acala Vidyârâja – Vidyaraja – Fudo Myoo .


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- Reference : 苗村神社
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13 Nov 2016

FUDO - Miyazaki Pilgrims

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- Miyazaki 宮崎県

11 光明寺 萬寿不動 - Manju Fudo
12 長久寺 魔よけ不動 - Mayoke Fudo
13 潮満寺 波切り不動 - Namikiri Fudo
14 極楽寺 厄除不動 - Yakuyoke Fudo


Some Temples also belong to the Henro Pilgrimage.
This number is given in brackets (xx).


source : setokeiichiro.com

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Koomyooji 光明寺 Komyo-Ji
Nr. 11 (32) - 萬寿不動 - Manju Fudo


宮崎県延岡市古城町 / Furushiromachi, Nobeoka, Miyazaki

The temple had been built in 1181 on the 鬼門 "Demon Gate" side of the castle to protect it from evil influence.

Three main statues of Amida Sanzon 阿弥陀三尊
from the Nanboku period.
Other statues from 弘法大師 Kobo Daishi, 毘沙門天 Bishamonten
and 勝軍地蔵菩薩 Shogun Jizo Bosatsu.
In the compound is also a shrine for the deity
淡島大明神 Awashima Daimyoji
venerated for healing ladie's diseases.

. Awashima Jinja Shrine, 淡島堂 Wakayama .

The temple had been abolished in the Meiji restoration, but was allowed to rebuilt in 1880.

- - - - - Homepage of the temple
- source : daigo.ne.jp/temple

- There is a temple 萬寿寺 Manju-Ji with a Fudo statue in Saga.

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Chookyuuji 長久寺 Chokyu-Ji
Nr. 12 (38) 蓬莱山 Horaisan 長久寺 
魔よけ不動 - Mayoke Fudo


宮崎県宮崎市大塚町城ノ下2825 / Jōnoshita Ōtsukachō, Miyazaki

The main statues are 六観音 Six Kannon.

- - - - - Homepage of the temple
- source : www.kyushyu88.com

- - - - - Yearly Festivals 年中行事
1月28日      不動護摩祈願会
3月21日(旧暦)  正御影供法要
5月28日       不動護摩祈願会
6月15日       青葉祭り(宗祖降誕会)
8月20日       施餓鬼法会
8月24日       供養灯籠流し
9月28日      不動護摩祈願会
12月22日(冬至)  星祭り祈願会

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Choomanji 潮満寺 Choman-Ji
Nr. 13 (39) 日南高野山 Nichinan Koyasan 潮満寺 
厄除不動 - Yakuyoke Fudo


宮崎県日南市油津3-2-7 / 3 Chome-2-7 Aburatsu, Nichinan-shi, Miyazaki

- - - - - Homepage of the temple
- source : www.kyushyu88.com

- - - - - Yearly Festivals 年中行事
1月28日      不動護摩祈願会
3月21日(旧暦)  正御影供法要
5月28日       不動護摩祈願会
6月15日       青葉祭り(宗祖降誕会)
8月20日       施餓鬼法会
8月24日       供養灯籠流し
9月28日      不動護摩祈願会
12月22日(冬至)  星祭り祈願会

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Gokurakuji 極楽寺 Gokuraku-Ji
Nr. 14 大田井山 - 極楽寺 
厄除不動 - Yakuyoke Fudo



宮崎県串間市北方5472 / 5472 Kitakata, Kushima-shi, Miyazaki

Founded in 1152 by 幸覚院一世.
It fell in despair, but was rebuilt in the Kamakura period by priest
Choojun 澄舜 Chojun.
It is closely related to the Shimazu family, especially 島津忠親 Shimazu Tadachika (1512 - 1571), who had it rebuilt in 1555 in order to help his people and protect the castle 飫肥城 Objjo.
There is a group of five-storied grave stone pagodas in the garden, memorial of the 島津家 Shimazu clan.
In 1831 the temple buildings were lost to fire and it was abolished in the Meiji period.
Since 1879 it had been re-built due to the deep faith of the local people.
The present 本堂 Hondo hall dates back to 1976.

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- - - - - Homepage of the temple
- source : gokurakuji.blogspot.jp

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- - - - - Yearly Festivals 年中行事

5月 四国八十八ヶ所お遍路
Henro Pilgrims from Shikoku in May

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. 九州88ヶ所108霊場 Kyushu - 88 and 108 Henro temples .

. Pilgrimages to Fudo Temples 不動明王巡礼
Fudo Myo-O Junrei - Introduction .
 

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. Narita Fudo 成田不動尊 .
Temple Shinshooji 新勝寺 Shinsho-Ji

. O-Mamori お守り Amulets and talismans from Japan . 

. Japanese Temples - ABC list - .


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FUDO - Kagoshima Pilgrims

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- Kagoshima 鹿児島

15 高野山西大寺 厄よけ不動 - Yakuyoke Fudo
16 最福寺 厄よけ不動 - Yakuyoke Fudo
17 福昌寺 波切り不動 - Namikiri Fudo



source : setokeiichiro.com

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Saidaiji 西大寺 Saidai-Ji
Nr. 15 高野山 Koyasan - 西大寺 
厄よけ不動 - Yakuyoke Fudo



鹿児島県肝属郡東串良町川東3578
Kawahigashi, Higashikushira, Kimotsuki District, Kagoshima

The temple is located near the 大塚古墳 Otsuka Kofun.
It has been founded in the Muromachi period and the head priest now is in the 19th generation:
Priest 池口豪泉 Ikeguchi Gosen
see Ikeguchi Ekan, below

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source : setokeiichiro.com/346
Statue of Fudo Myo-O on the East side of the main hall.


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Saifukuji 最福寺 Saifuku-Ji
Nr. 16 - 最福寺 - 恵山会 Keizan-Kai
厄よけ不動 - Yakuyoke Fudo



鹿児島県鹿児島市平川町 / 4850-1 Hirakawacho, Kagoshima, Kagoshima

Priest 池口恵観 Ekan Ikeguchi Ekan
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(born November 15, 1936) is a Shingon Buddhist priest, currently the abbot of Saifukuji in Kagoshima. He holds a doctorate in medicine from Yamaguchi University and is an expert in the goma fire ritual.
..... Since becoming abbot of Saifukuji he installed a shrine to North Korean leader Kim Il-sung. He frequently travels to North Korea,
- - - More in the WIKIPEDIA !

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shuin 朱印 stamp


omamori お守りamulets

- - - - - Homepage of the temple
- source : saifukuji.or.jp

. 人吉恵山会 人吉不動 Hitoyoshi Fudo .
Kumamoto, A branch-temple of 最福寺 Saifuku-Ji

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. Nr. 17 - Fukushoojin 福昌寺 Fukusho-Ji .
波切り不動 - Namikiri Fudo
Umegafuchi Fudo Hall 梅ヶ淵不動堂


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. Fudo Myo-O at Mt. Koya 高野山 - Wakayama .


. 九州88ヶ所108霊場 Kyushu - 88 and 108 Henro temples .

. Pilgrimages to Fudo Temples 不動明王巡礼
Fudo Myo-O Junrei - Introduction .
 


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- reference source : coara.or.jp/~rinsaiji - Fudo Pilgrim -

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. Narita Fudo 成田不動尊 .
Temple Shinshooji 新勝寺 Shinsho-Ji

. O-Mamori お守り Amulets and talismans from Japan . 

. Japanese Temples - ABC list - .


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FUDO - Nagasaki Pilgrims


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- Nagasaki 長崎県

22 龍照寺 厄よけ不動 - Yakuyoke Fudo
23 正覚寺 波切り不動 - Namikiri Fudo


One temple also belong to the Henro Pilgrimage.
This number is given in brackets (xx).


source : setokeiichiro.com

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Ryuushooji 龍照寺 Ryusho-Ji
Nr. 22 (64) Fugenzan 普賢山 - 龍照寺 
厄よけ不動 Yakuyoke Fudo


. Nr. 64 Ryuushooji 龍照寺  Ryusho-Ji .
長崎県南島原市深江町戊3987-35

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Shookakuji 正覚寺 Shokaku-Ji
Nr. 23 護国山 Gokokusan - 正覚寺 
波切り不動 Namikiri Fudo



長崎県長崎市矢上町13-25 / 13-25 Yagamimachi, Nagasaki

A temple of the 曹洞宗(禅宗) Soto Zen sect,
with 釈迦牟尼佛 Shaka Nyorai as its main statue .

- Chant of the temple
護国山 法につつみし 暁の 悟り修めと 大悲のめぐみ
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source : setokeiichiro.com

The statue is most probably from the 藤原期 Fujiwara period.

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shuin 朱印 stamp





- - - - - Homepage of the temple
- source : nagasaki-hiroba.net/syoukakuzi


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- - - reference 長崎 正覚寺 - - -


. 九州88ヶ所108霊場 Kyushu - 88 and 108 Henro temples .

. Pilgrimages to Fudo Temples 不動明王巡礼
Fudo Myo-O Junrei - Introduction .
 

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. Narita Fudo 成田不動尊 .
Temple Shinshooji 新勝寺 Shinsho-Ji

. O-Mamori お守り Amulets and talismans from Japan . 

. Japanese Temples - ABC list - .


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FUDO - Saga Pilgrims

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- Saga 佐賀県

24 誕生院 錐鑽 身代り不動 - Kirimomi Migawari Fudo
25 大聖寺 杉岳の身代り不動 - Migawari Fudo
26 無動院 願かけ不動 - Gankake Fudo
27 正福寺 身代り不動 - Migawari Fudo
28 千如寺宝池坊 道中守り不動 - Dochu Mamori Fudo
29 真光院 くぼた不動 - Kubota Fudo
30 延命院 一願不動 - Ichigan Fudo
31 金乗院 出世不動 - Shusse Fudo


Some Temples also belong to the Henro Pilgrimage.
This number is given in brackets (xx).


source : setokeiichiro.com


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24 誕生院 錐鑽 身代り不動 -
Tanjo-In Kirimomi Migawari Fudo

佐賀県鹿島市納富分2011 / Kirishima

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25 大聖寺 杉岳の身代り不動 Daisho-Ji - Suginotake Migawari Fudo
佐賀県杵島郡北方町大字大崎6694 / Kishimagun, Kitagatamachi


26 無動院 願かけ不動 - Mudo-In Gankake Fudo
佐賀県杵島郡山内町大字大野9122 / Kishigamun, Yamauchicho


27 正福寺 身代り不動 Shofuku-Ji - Migawari Fudo
佐賀県東松浦郡北波多村大字大杉838 / Matsuuragun, Kitahatamura, Daigaku Osugi

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Sennyoji 千如寺 Sennyo-Ji
Nr. 28 雷山 Raizan - 千如寺 - 宝池坊 Hochi-Bo
道中守り不動 - Dochu Mamori Fudo to protect on the road


The main temple is located on the border to Fukuoka
福岡県前原市雷山626 626 Raizan, Itoshima, Fukuoka

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a Shingon temple in Itoshima, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan. Its honorary sangō prefix is Sennyo-ji Daihiō-in (千如寺大悲王院).
It is also referred to as Raizan Kannon (雷山観音).

According to legend, Sennyo-ji was founded in the Nara period by 清賀上人 Seiga, a priest who came from India.

Due to its position in the north overlooking the Sea of Genkai, it has been expected from the shogunate as a prayer temple of the foremost line against the Mongol invasions of Japan during the Kamakura period. In its heyday has been said to be lined up to 300 priest living quarters around the temple. Sennyo-ji is a general term of this temple, and it is also referred to as the priest's lodge that was located next to the middle sanctuary, the present day site of Ikazuchi-jinja. The wooden Avalokiteśvara statue is the subject of mountainous faith that has been enshrined in the main hall.
Afterwards the priest living quarters were ruined during the long war between Muromachi and Sengoku periods, there only remains the priest's lodge. In 1573, however, the main hall was founded by Kuroda Tsugutaka (1703–1775), the 6th feudal lord of Kuroda clan. Big maple trees, which has been designated as a natural monument of Fukuoka prefecture, has been said to be planted by him.


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Mount Rai has two sanctuaries, one at the middle of the mountain and one at its peak. The middle sanctuary was founded in honor of Emperor Suinin whom he is conventionally considered to have reigned from 29 BC to AD 70. Both sanctuaries have been governed by the temple until the Edo period. However, the priest's lodge in the middle sanctuary was abolished by the separation of Shinto from Buddhism, introduced after the Meiji Restoration. Cultural properties, such as Buddha statues including the main Buddha and the ancient documents, were moved to the main hall.

The temple is also known for being a great place for cherry blossom viewing in the spring, and many people visit in the autumn to see the fall foliage.
- - - More in the WIKIPEDIA !

Priest Seiga brought brought seeds from camellia (tsubaki 椿) and made oil from them for the first time.
Mount Aburayama 油山 (597 m) in Fukuoka is named in memory of this event.
油山観音正覚寺 Aburayama Kannon, Temple Shokaku-Ji
福岡県福岡市城南区東油山508

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(82) 雷山 千如寺大悲王院 Raizan Sennyo-Ji - Daihio-In
- reference source : kyushyu88.com/temple82-

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29 真光院 くぼた不動 Shinko-In - Kubota Fudo
佐賀県佐賀郡久保田町新田 / Sagagun, Kubotacho, Shinden

30 延命院 一願不動 Enmei-In - Ichigan Fudo
佐賀県佐賀市与賀町2-45 / 2-45 Yokamachi, Saga-shi

31 金乗院 出世不動 Konjo-In - Shusse Fudo
佐賀県神埼郡三田川町目達原 / Kanzakigun, Mitagawacho, Medabara


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bangai 萬寿寺 Manju-Ji(通称・お不動さん)
本尊 -- 不動明王
佐賀市大和町川上1109

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- - - reference - coara.or.jp/~rinsaiji - 佐賀県 - - -

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. 九州88ヶ所108霊場 Kyushu - 88 and 108 Henro temples .

. Pilgrimages to Fudo Temples 不動明王巡礼
Fudo Myo-O Junrei - Introduction .
 

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. Narita Fudo 成田不動尊 .
Temple Shinshooji 新勝寺 Shinsho-Ji

. O-Mamori お守り Amulets and talismans from Japan . 

. Japanese Temples - ABC list - .


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FUDO - Oita Pilgrims


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- Oita 大分県

01 両子寺 無風帯不動 - Mufutai Fudo
02 神宮寺 大獄不動 - Daigoku Fudo
03 成仏寺 除災不動 - Josai Fudo
04 文殊仙寺 仙の不動 - Sen no Fudo
05 実相院 夷不動 - Ebisu Fudo
06 無動寺 黒土不動 - Kurotsuchi Fudo
07 応暦寺 慈相不動 - Jiso Fudo
08 三明院 身代り不動 - Migawari Fudo
09 円寿寺 願かけ不動 - Gankake Fudo
10 臨済寺 厄よけ不動 - Yakuyoke Fudo


One temple also belong to the Henro Pilgrimage.
This number is given in brackets (xx).


source : setokeiichiro.com


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Futagoji 両子寺 Futago-Ji
Nr. 01 足曳山 - 両子寺
無風帯不動 - Mufutai Fudo



大分県国東市安岐町両子1548 / 1548 Akimachi Futago, Kunisaki-shi, Ōita

The main statue is 阿弥陀如来 Amida Nyorai.

A Tendai Buddhist temple, located on the slopes of Mount Futago, the highest mountain on the Kunisaki Peninsula. The temple was established in 718 by Saint Ninmon Bosatsu 仁聞菩薩 and became the central temple of Rokugo-Manzan 六郷満山.

. Ninmon Bosatsu and temples in Kyushu .
He was the incarnation of the deity Usa Hachiman.

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- - - - - Homepage of the temple
- source : futagoji.jp

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02 神宮寺 大獄不動 Jingu-Ji - Daigoku Fudo
大分県東国東郡国東町大字横手8356 / Higashikunisaki

03 成仏寺 除災不動 Jobutsu-Ji - Josai Fudo
大分県東国東郡国東町大字成仏 / Higashikunisaki

04 文殊仙寺 仙の不動 Monjusen-Ji - Sen no Fudo
大分県東国東郡安岐町大字大恩寺2432 / Higashikunisaki

05 実相院 夷不動 Jisso-In - Ebisu Fudo
大分県西国東郡香ヶ地町大字夷 / Nishikunisaki / Kakachicho

06 無動寺 黒土不動 Mudo-Ji - Kurotsuchi Fudo
大分県西国東郡真玉町 大字黒土1475 / Nishikunisaki

07 07 応暦寺 慈相不動 Oreki-Ji - Jiso Fudo
大分県西国東郡真玉町大字大岩屋401 / Nishikunisaki

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Sanmeiin 三明院 Sanmei-In
Nr. 08 (20) 桔梗山 Kikyozan - 三明院
身代り不動 - Migawari Fudo



大分県中津市大字永添1802 / Nagasoe, Nakatsu, Oita

The founder was 英明和尚 Eimei, who practised austerities for 50 days, eating none of the five grains 五穀断ちの「求聞持秘法」. He had a dream of 88 figures of Kobo Daishi, changed his name to 秘鍵大師 and built this temple.
In the main hall is a statue of 十一面千手観世音菩薩 Kannon with 1000 arms and 11 heads.
The statue of Fudo Myo-O is in the 護摩堂 Gomado Hall.
This statue was made to heal the ill father of Eimei.

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09 円寿寺 願かけ不動 Enju-Ji - Gankake Fudo
大分県大分市上野丘西23-19 / Uenogaokanishi, Oita town, Oita

10 臨済寺 厄よけ不動 Rinzai-Ji - Yakuyoke Fudo
大分県大分市永興10 / Ryogo, Oita town, Oita

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. 九州88ヶ所108霊場 Kyushu - 88 and 108 Henro temples .

. Pilgrimages to Fudo Temples 不動明王巡礼
Fudo Myo-O Junrei - Introduction .
 

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. Narita Fudo 成田不動尊 .
Temple Shinshooji 新勝寺 Shinsho-Ji

. O-Mamori お守り Amulets and talismans from Japan . 

. Japanese Temples - ABC list - .


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FUDO - Kumamoto Pilgrims


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- Kumamoto 熊本県

18 高野寺 出世不動 - Koya-Ji, Shusse Fudo

. 19 長寿寺 木原不動 Choju-Ji, Kihara Fudo Son .

20 大慈寺 水かけ不動 - Mizukake Fudo

. 21 蓮華院誕生寺 一願成就不動 - Renge-In .

01 bangai - 人吉恵山会 人吉不動 Hitoyoshi Fudo
02 bangai - 不動院 倶利伽羅不動 Fudo-In, Kurikara Fudo


Some Temples also belong to the Henro Pilgrimage.
This number is given in brackets (xx).


source : setokeiichiro.com

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Kooyaji 高野寺 Koya-Ji
Nr. 18 (99) 青井山 Aoi san - 高野寺 



熊本県人吉市下青井町47 / Shimoaoimachi, Hitoyoshi, Kumamoto
Located near the 青井阿蘇神社 Aso Shrine of Hitoyoshi
Built in 1926 by priest 戒大和尚.
Flowers of the season greet the pilgrim.
A statue of Kobo Daishi in the garden is flanked by
出世不動 Shusse Fudo and 愛染明王 Aizen Myo-O.

- Chant of the temple
青井山 八角堂の御仏は 祈る心に 出世あらたか

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source : ameblo.jp/ohenro-nikki

- - - - - Homepage of the temple
- source : www.kyushyu88.com/temple99

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- - - - - Yearly Festivals 年中行事

1月 元日  新年祈祷法要 午前0時より
~3日  新年祈祷法要 午前11時より
21日  初大師     28日  初不動
2月 3日  星祭り(節分会)
4月 8日  花まつり
5月 5日  さつき供養(水子尊霊供養法要)
6月15日  青葉祭(弘法大師御誕生会)
7月 土用丑の日  土用丑胡瓜加持
9月21日  施餓鬼供養
12月 中旬  報恩講
12月21日  納大師

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Daijiji 大慈寺 Daiji-Ji
Nr. 20 - Mizukake Fudo Son 水かけ不動



熊本県熊本市野田町508 / Kumamoto, Nodamachi


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Nr. bangai 01
人吉恵山会 人吉不動 Hitoyoshi Fudo


熊本県球磨郡湯前町2155-1 / Kuma, Yunomae

A branch-temple of 最福寺 Saifuku-Ji of 恵山会 Keizan-Kai.

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百万枚護摩灰-開運不動明王   Temple Saifuku-Ji

. Saifukuji 最福寺 Saifuku-Ji .
Kagoshima Fudo Pilgrims Nr. 16

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Arao Fudo-In 荒尾不動院
Nr. bangai 02 - 倶利伽羅不動 Kurikara Fudo



熊本県荒尾市万田1584 / Manda, Arao, Kumamoto

- Look at more statues of this temple :
Famous for its サッカー地蔵尊 Jizo playing soccer
- reference source : araofudoin.web.fc2.com -

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Golf Kannon ゴルフ観音 in the temple ground
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source : ameblo.jp/ohenro-nikki

- - - - - Homepage of the temple
- source : araofudoin.web.fc2.com

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- reference source : geocities.jp/hp_ishikoro/reijou -

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The 2016 Kumamoto earthquakes 平成28年熊本地震
Heisei 28-nen Kumamoto jishin

- magnitude 6.2 on April 14, 2016
- magnitude 7.0 on April 16, 2016
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. 九州88ヶ所108霊場 Kyushu - 88 and 108 Henro temples .


. Pilgrimages to Fudo Temples 不動明王巡礼
Fudo Myo-O Junrei - Introduction .
 

. Narita Fudo 成田不動尊 .
Temple Shinshooji 新勝寺 Shinsho-Ji

. O-Mamori お守り Amulets and talismans from Japan . 

. Japanese Temples - ABC list - .


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