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Fudosonkorin Temple, Kanazawa

#11 of 95 in Historic Sites in Kanazawa
Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
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  • Kamiteruyama Koulin-ji was erected in 1651 in the four years of the Year (1653) as a founder of Nagaiwa Osho, asked the Kaga clan's third generation Lord Maeda Toshibe. The main hall was built in the late Edo period. The former chief priest was able to borrow the power of "The Great Fortune Elixir immovable" to be enshrined in the prayer place on the left of the main hall the people suffering from sickness and troubles and to salvation. It is said that a wish is made within one year when the Arlo statue and the zodiac statue are enshrined in the garden and it makes a wish in front of my zodiac in the third. It is also famous as a Buddhist temple. You can hear the explanation of Terauchi while visiting the visit fee of 500 yen. There is no red seal.
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  • There is no red seal. The white Amarykika is famous. Daruma-san has increased from later on.
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