Monjusenji Temple, Kunisaki

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  • I visited next to The Foothiyama Ryoko-ji Temple which was wonderful. It is the temple of the Tendai sect which is said to be the birthplace of "Wisdom of bunspecialify if three people come near", and it is said that there are three great literary specials in Japan( there are various theories). It was after The Ryoko-ji Temple, which had a great impact, but this was also a wonderful temple. When you climb the stone steps from the free parking lot, you will see lanterns with the words Bunshusenji, and the approach to start from there is wonderful. There was a statue of The Stone Nio here as well as The Ryoko-ji Temple. It is a wonderful stone king statue though it is different from the statue of Nio of Both temple. On the 300-step stone steps are the Main Hall. Bunju Bodhisattva, known as the "Mother of Wisdom", is enshrined in the main shrine, and the "water of wisdom" that springs out from the caves of the okuin temple is the one that wisdom is given and grows safely. Many worshippers visit the exam and other places in prayer for passing the exam. To the left of Bunjudo was a cave with a small corner of the role that was opened in 648. There are also a kind of pagoda used in the tomb tower and the memorial tower of the height of the height of the size of the largest in Japan, and the 1,000 years old of the tree, and there is a large wooden tree of 1,000 years, too, and it was full of attractions.
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  •  It is a famous temple where the main hall of the stage making can be seen on the other side of the stone step. Despite the fine weather, the forest's harsh approach seems to be humid, and the moss of the stone Buddha also seems to be dark. The scenery of the approach might be attractive here, too. It's a steep staircase, but the elderly are visiting, and there's no problem. Compared to the time when I visited the shrine a few years ago, the main hall seems to have been renovated a little.
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  • Smaller temple than some of it's neighbors, but still worth a visit as this area is very quite and peaceful.
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