daibutsu

  1. Mount Nokogiri

    Mount Nokogiri

    Nihonji Daibutsu (日本寺大仏 Nihon-ji Daibutsu)
  2. Mount Nokogiri

    Mount Nokogiri

    Nihonji Daibutsu (日本寺大仏 Nihon-ji Daibutsu)
  3. Mount Nokogiri

    Mount Nokogiri

    One of the 1,500 Arhat (千五百羅漢 Sen-gohyaku rakan)
  4. Mount Nokogiri

    Mount Nokogiri

    Asekaki-fudō (あせかき不動), the sweating Fudō. Acala (Sanskrit: अचलनाथ "immovable") is primarily revered in Vajrayana Buddhism. He is seen as a protective deity particularly in Shingon traditions of Japan where he is known as Fudō Myō-ō. He is classed among the Wisdom Kings and preeminent among the...
  5. Mount Nokogiri

    Mount Nokogiri

    A maze of roots
  6. Mount Nokogiri

    Mount Nokogiri

    1,500 Arhat (千五百羅漢 Sen-gohyaku rakan)
  7. Mount Nokogiri

    Mount Nokogiri

    1,500 Arhat (千五百羅漢 Sen-gohyaku rakan)
  8. Mount Nokogiri

    Mount Nokogiri

    1,500 Arhat (千五百羅漢 Sen-gohyaku rakan)
  9. Mount Nokogiri

    Mount Nokogiri

    1,500 Arhat (千五百羅漢 Sen-gohyaku rakan)
  10. Mount Nokogiri

    Mount Nokogiri

    The highest peak of Nokogiriyama
  11. Mount Nokogiri

    Mount Nokogiri

  12. Mount Nokogiri

    Mount Nokogiri

  13. Mount Nokogiri

    Mount Nokogiri

  14. Mount Nokogiri

    Mount Nokogiri

    View over Tokyo Bay with Kanagawa visible in the background
  15. Mount Nokogiri

    Mount Nokogiri

    "View of Hell" (地獄のぞき Jigoku Nozoki)
  16. Mount Nokogiri

    Mount Nokogiri

  17. Mount Nokogiri

    Mount Nokogiri

  18. Mount Nokogiri

    Mount Nokogiri

    Hundred-shaku Kannon (百尺観音 Hyaku-shaku Kannon)
  19. Mount Nokogiri

    Mount Nokogiri

    Hundred-shaku Kannon (百尺観音 Hyaku-shaku Kannon)
  20. Mount Nokogiri

    Mount Nokogiri

    The path leading to the Hundred-shaku Kannon (百尺観音 Hyaku-shaku Kannon)
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