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Aizendo, Taketa

#6 of 11 in Historic Sites in Taketa
Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
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  • This hall is the main building of Ganjyoin temple, which is located on the top of a small hill. Aizendo is designated as an important cultural treasure. The entrance of the temple is free, but its...  more »
  • This is a Buddhist temple building built by the craftsmen from Hida in the mountains that were employed to construct Toushouguu in Nikko, a World Heritage site. The Nakagawa feudal lord of Taketa...  more »
  • I was surprised to see a splendid temple as I climbed the stairs. Although it became an unrelated age to love fulfillment, it seems to have dedicated the seven Bodhisattva Buddha (Principal image) and Aizen Ming Dynasty etc. in the temple (I wonder if I cannot visit even if I pray normally). There is a small temple such as Mizuko Jizo, Buddhist foot stone in the vicinity of the temple, and the principal image of Shikoku 88 places are lined up in the upper part of the back (it climbs by the car up to here). In addition, there is the Benten-do and Daishi statues (I think) between the circle Aizen with the left hand of the temple.
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