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  1. Onsen-ji

    Onsen-ji

    The Main Hall of Onsen-ji (温泉寺) in Kinosaki Onsen, Hyōgo
  2. Onsen-ji Temple

    Temple Onsen-ji Temple

    Onsenji Temple (温泉寺), formally known as Bekkaku Motoyama Matsudaisan Onsenji (別格本山末代山温泉寺), is a Buddhist temple of the Koyasan Shingon sect located on Daishiyama in Kinosaki, Toyooka City, Hyōgo Prefecture. Its principal deity is the Eleven-Faced Kannon Bodhisattva. Onsenji is the guardian...
  3. Onsen-ji

    Onsen-ji

    Ogawa Yusho, the abbot of Onsen-ji (温泉寺) in Kinosaki Onsen, Hyōgo, at the monthly fire ritual (courtesy of Toyooka Tourism Association)
  4. Onsen-ji

    Onsen-ji

    Ogawa Yusho, the abbot of Onsen-ji (温泉寺) in Kinosaki Onsen, Hyōgo (©Igaki Photo Studio)
  5. Onsen-ji

    Onsen-ji

    The 11-headed Bodhisattva at Onsen-ji (温泉寺) in Kinosaki Onsen, Hyōgo (courtesy of Toyooka Tourism Association)
  6. Onsen-ji

    Onsen-ji

    The 1300-year-old Kannon Statue at Onsen-ji (温泉寺) in Kinosaki Onsen, Hyōgo (courtesy of Toyooka Tourism Association)
  7. Onsen-ji

    Onsen-ji

    The 1300-year-old Kannon Statue at Onsen-ji (温泉寺) in Kinosaki Onsen, Hyōgo (courtesy of Toyooka Tourism Association)
  8. Onsen-ji

    Onsen-ji

    The Strings of Virtue at Onsen-ji (温泉寺) in Kinosaki Onsen, Hyōgo (courtesy of Toyooka Tourism Association)
  9. Onsen-ji

    Onsen-ji

    The Inner Shrine of Onsen-ji (温泉寺) in Kinosaki Onsen, Hyōgo (courtesy of Toyooka Tourism Association)
  10. Onsen-ji

    Onsen-ji

    The Inner Shrine of Onsen-ji (温泉寺) in Kinosaki Onsen, Hyōgo (courtesy of Toyooka Tourism Association)
  11. Onsen-ji

    Onsen-ji

    The Tahoto Pagoda of Onsen-ji (温泉寺) in Kinosaki Onsen, Hyōgo (courtesy of Toyooka Tourism Association)
  12. Onsen-ji

    Onsen-ji

    The Yakushido Hall of Onsen-ji (温泉寺) in Kinosaki Onsen, Hyōgo (courtesy of Toyooka Tourism Association)
  13. Onsen-ji

    Onsen-ji

    Yakushido Hall (薬師堂) of Onsen-ji (温泉寺) in Kinosaki Onsen, Hyōgo (courtesy of Toyooka Tourism Association)
  14. Onsen-ji

    Onsen-ji

    Onsen-ji (温泉寺) in Kinosaki Onsen, Hyōgo (courtesy of Toyooka Tourism Association)
  15. Onsen-ji

    Onsen-ji

    The temple gate of Onsen-ji (温泉寺) in Kinosaki Onsen, Hyōgo (courtesy of Toyooka Tourism Association)
  16. Onsen-ji

    Onsen-ji

    The temple gate of Onsen-ji (温泉寺) in Kinosaki Onsen, Hyōgo (courtesy of Toyooka Tourism Association)
  17. Takahata Fudoson Kongoji Temple

    Temple Takahata Fudoson Kongoji Temple

    Takahata Fudōson (高幡不動尊), formally known as Takahatasan Myōōin Kongōji (高幡山明王院金剛寺), is a head temple of the Chisan-ha (智山派) sect of Shingon Buddhism, located in Hino, western Tōkyō. It is one of the oldest temples in Tōkyō and one of the three biggest dedicated to Fudō Myōō (不動明王) in the Kantō...
  18. Joroku Fudosanson

    Joroku Fudosanson

    The monumental statue of Jōroku Fudōsanson (丈六不動三尊), a National Treasure weighing in at over 1,100kg, is enshrined in the Okuden Hall of Takahata Fudoson.
  19. Takahata Fudoson

    Takahata Fudoson

    Kongōji is a Shingon temple of the Chiyama School in Takahata, Hino, Tokyo. It is also known as Takahata Fudoson or under its official name Takahatasan Myōōin Kongōji (高幡山明王院金剛寺). The principal image is Dainichi Nyorai. It was the family temple of Hijikata Toshizō, a commander of the Shinsengumi.
  20. Takahata Fudoson

    Takahata Fudoson

    Kongōji is a Shingon temple of the Chiyama School in Takahata, Hino, Tokyo. It is also known as Takahata Fudoson or under its official name Takahatasan Myōōin Kongōji (高幡山明王院金剛寺). The principal image is Dainichi Nyorai. It was the family temple of Hijikata Toshizō, a commander of the Shinsengumi.
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