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Sado, Niigata - Today - Tourism - Sights
... Myosen Ji is a temple with a five-storied pagoda a few kilometers east of Mano ... Konpon Ji Temple in the village of Niibo in the middle of the island was built in the 17th century at the very place where Nichiren lived at first during his exile on Sadogashima ... For two years, Nichiren lived at the place where Myosho Ji Temple can be visited today ...
Minamibōsō, Chiba - Sightseeing - Shrines and Temples
... Jorakuzan Mantoku-ji Temple famous for its "Reclining Buddha" statue ... Joju-in Temple the family temple of the Satomi clan, the basis for the book, Nansō Satomi Hakkenden ... Takabe Shrine the only temple in Japan that worships the god of cooking ...
Harima, Hyōgo - Harima Historical Sites
... Enman-ji Temple Shaka-juryoku-zenshizō (Town Designated Cultural Asset) Enman-ji Temple features an image of the Buddha between two Bodhisattvas in the center of sixteen guards (gods) ... Renge-ji Temple "Raihan" (Town Designated Cultural Asset) The "Raihan" is a compact platform on which the chief priest of the Buddhist Temple sits to worship ...
Lin Tinggui - The Five Hundred Luohan Outside of China
... Zhou Jichang were imported to Japan and wound up as the property of Jufuku-ji Temple in Kamakura, Kanagawa, Japan ... by the Japanese painter-priest Minchou (1351 - 1431 AD) for the Buddhist temples Engaku-ji and Toufuku-ji in Kamakura ... He placed this precious set of 100 paintings in the Hōkō-ji Temple, near Hamamatsu, Shizuoka, Japan ...
Hiroshima Prefecture - Tourism
... Hiroshima Peace Memorial Hiroshima Castle Shukukeien Garden Mitaki Temple Itsukushima Shrine Momiji-dani Park Mt ... Misen Miyajima Aquarium Senkō-ji Temple Jodo-ji Temple Saikoku-ji Temple Onomichi City Art Museum Fukuyama Castle ...

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