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7/10/2014

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秋保の田植踊 Akiu-no-taue-odori Taue Odori in Akiu
秋保大滝不動尊大祭 Akiu-ootaki-fudou-son-taisai 
The Grand Festival at Akiu Otaki Fudoson Temple

安国寺不動院 銅製梵鐘 Ankoku-ji Fudo-in Dosei-bonsyou 
The Copper Bell at Ankokuji Fudoin Temple
Ankokuji Fudoin Temple in Hiroshima City

朝日不動の滝 Asahi-fudoo-no-taki The Asahifudo-no-taki Waterfall

浅布渓谷 Azabu-keikoku Azabu Gorge Fudo Waterfall

普光寺 Fukou-ji Fukoji Temple Magaibutsu

願成寺 板橋不動院 Ganjyoo-ji Itabashi-fudouin Itabashi Fudo-son

群馬 不動大滝 Gunma Fudou-ootaki The Fudo-Otaki Waterfall in Gunma


八王子 金剛院 Hachiouji Kongou-in Kongoin Temple in Hachioji
八王子 真覚寺 Hachiouji Shinkaku-ji Shinkakuji Temple in Hachioji

箱島湧水 Hakoshima-yuusui Springs of Hakoshima
Hakoshima Fudoson Temple

法善寺横丁 Houzenji-yokocho Hozenji Alley - Mizukake Fudo Osaka

犬飼石仏 Inukai-sekibutsu Inukai Giant Buddha Rock Carving
Tonase, Bungo-ono, Oita Prefecture.

十二滝 Jyuunitaki Juunitaki  Junitaki Waterfall

川台渓谷 Kawadai-keikoku Kawadai Gorge
statue of Gofukin Fudoson

川越 喜多院 Kawagoe Kitain Kawagoe Kitain Temple

鬼室神社 Kishitsu-jinja Kishitsu Shrine

幸田町 不動ヶ滝 Koota-cho Fudou-ga-taki The Fudogataki Waterfall in Koda Town

小僧不動の滝寒中みそぎ Kozou-fudou-no-taki-kanchuu-misogi 
Waterfall Purification at Kozo-Fudo Sui Shrine

目黒不動尊 Meguro-fudouson Meguro Fudoson

苗村神社 Namura-jinja Namura Shrine
Ayado in Ryuo Town, Shiga Prefecture

楢本磨崖仏 Naramoto-magaibutsu Naramoto Granite Carving
Oita Prefecture Magaibutsu


大杉神社 Oosugi-jinjya Osugi Shrine
Fudoin Temple in nearby town of Edosaki

識蘆の滝 Shikiro-no-taki The Shikiro Waterfall

総持寺 Soujiji Sojiji Temple Ibaragi City, Osaka Pref


多賀大社 Taga-taisha Taga Taisha Shrine - Tendai Sect, Fudoin

高鍋大師 Takanabe-Taishi Takanabe Taishi - stone statues

滝谷不動明王寺 Takidani-fudou-myouou-ji Takidani Fudo Myo-o Temple

東門院 守山寺 Toomon-in Moriyama-dera Tomonin Moriyamadera Temple

東南院 Tounan-in Tonanin Temple

つばくろ谷 Tsubakuro-dani Tsubakuro Valley
Fudousawa Creek


薬王院有喜寺 Yakuou-in-yuuki-ji Yakuoin Yukiji Temple

雄飛滝 Yuuhi-daki The Yuhidaki Waterfall


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. Pilgrimages to Fudo Temples 不動明王巡礼
Fudo Myo-O Junrei - Fudo Pilgrims .



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7/15/2008

Three Most Famous Fudo

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Three Most Famous Fudo ... 三大不動尊
日本三大不動 - 日本三体不動尊
Nihon Sandai Fudo Son


Number One

東京都目黒区・目黒不動尊
Meguro Fudo Temple


Number Two

千葉県成田市・成田不動尊
Narita Fudo and peace pagoda 成田山 平和大塔


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(here are more than one candidate !)

. Iwayadoo 不動院岩屋堂 Fudo-In Iwaya-Do .
Tottori

. Minakamidera 水上寺 Minakami-dera .


. Nakano Fudo Son 中野不動尊 .
Aizu, Fukushima


. Nissekiji Ooiwasan 大岩山日石寺 Oiwasan, Nisseki-Ji .

大岩不動尊 Ooiwa Fudo (Big Rock)


. Yonako 米子不動瀧 and 権現瀧 Gongen Taki .
Yonakomachi, Suzaka-shi, Nagano (not: Yonago)


. 新潟県 - 菅谷不動尊 Sugaya Fudo . - Niigata


石川県津幡町・倶利迦羅不動尊 Kurikara Fudo - Ishikawa


Takidani Fudo Osaka
Waterfall-Valley Fudo ... 滝谷不動尊 / 瀧谷不動尊
Osaka, 大阪府富田林市
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三重県志摩町・爪切り不動尊 Urikiri Fudo - Mie
Melon-cutting Fudo
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佐賀県北方町・大聖寺 Temple Daisho-Ji - Shiga


熊本県富合町・木原不動尊(長寿寺)
Kihara Fudoson ... 木原不動尊 - Kumamoto


"Upstream Fudo", Kawakami Fudo 川上不動
Shikoku Fudo Pilgrim Temple Nr. 17 . Soan-Ji (Sooanji) 宗安寺


. Yokoyama Fudo 横山不動 .
大徳寺 Daitoku-Ji, Miyagi

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Three Great Fudo in Edo 江戸三大不動

目黒不動 龍泉寺 - Meguro Fudo
目白不動 金乗院 - Mejiro Fudo
. 薬研堀不動院 Yagenbori Fudo-In .

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Three Great Fudo in the Kanto Area
関東三大不動(かんとうさんだいふどう)

1
高幡山金剛寺(たかはたさんこんごうじ)、
Takahata Fudo ..

2
成田山新勝寺(なりたさんしんしょうじ)
Narita Fudo and peace pagoda 成田山 平和大塔


3
玉嶹山總願寺(ぎょくとうさんそうがんじ)
. Sooganji 總願寺 Sogan-J .

or
雨降山大山寺(あぶりさんだいさんじ、おおやまでら)を加えるとする説もある。
總願寺、大山寺に代えて
Oyama Fudo and Fire Rituals ... 大山不動、神奈川県

or
高貴山常楽院(こうきさんじょうらくいん)を加えるとする説もある。
Temple Joraku-In (Joorakuin)

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Three Great Fudo of Niigata Prefecture
新潟にある三大不動尊



菅谷お不動尊 Sugatani Fudo Son

毎年8月14日はお祭りが開催され
The Great Festival is on August 14 every year.
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. Tsugaru San Fudoo 津軽三不動
Three Fudo Statues in Tsugaru, Aomori .


Nagaizawa Jinja 長谷沢神社 Kuroishi town
Nakano Jinja 中野神社 - Kuroishi town
Kokusho-Ji 国上寺 - Hirakawa town

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1/24/2006

Books about Fudo Myo-O

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Books and articles about Fudo Myo-O 不動明王

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不動明王 - 智慧と力のほとけすべて
下泉全暁 Shimoizumi Zengyo

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不動明王
ISBN:4054034233


- Gakken Kenkyu


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. Fudoo shinkoo 不動信仰 Fudo Shinko
Believing in Fudo Myo-O .

Hisao Tanaka 田中久夫


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不動信仰事典 Fudo Shinko Jiten - Encyclopedia

Miyasaka Yuushoo 宮坂宥勝 Miyasaka Yusho (1921 - 2011)

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特別寄稿
不動信仰と民俗宗教——宮家 準
曼荼羅とお不動さま——宮坂宥勝

第1章 「不動信仰」入門
「不動信仰」七つのキーワード——編 集 部
不動信仰のあゆみ——インド・中国・朝鮮半島から日本へ——編 集 部
不動明王を説いた名僧たち——空海・円仁・円珍・覚鑁・文覚・明恵など——編 集 部
歴史上の不動信仰者——市川団十郎・二宮尊徳・乃木希典など——編 集 部

第2章 目で見る不動信仰
全国調査 不動信仰と不動講——編 集 部
能・狂言に見る不動明王——編 集 部
翻訳・解説「大日教」——編 集 部
道誉上人と謡曲「成田山」——旭 寿山 - Dooyo Shoonin / Doyo Shonin
近世江戸の不動信仰——西山松之助
不動明王と修験道——川村邦光
日本刀彫刻の不動明王信仰——黒木俊弘

第3章 研究成果を読む
インドの不動明王——頼富本宏
弘法大師の密教 不動明王信仰を中心として——宮坂宥勝
後七日御修法と不動明王信仰 山折哲雄
江戸の不動信仰—目黒不動の場合— ——坂本勝成
比叡山の回峯行とその理論的根拠——三崎良周
日本における不動明王とその展開——佐和隆研
成田山新勝寺の江戸出開帳について——小倉 博
修験道と供養法——宮家準
修験道と不動明王信仰 越中大岩山日石寺とその周囲——菊池武
巡礼と現代 関東三十六不動霊場を中心として——中山和久


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HORIYOSHI HORITOMO JAPANESE Style Tattoo Flash Sketchbook

Fudo Myo-O (Acalanatha Vidyaraja)
in Art and Iconography of Japan by Sampa Biswas

Acalanatha Vidyaraja (Fudo Myo-o) by Massimo Claus


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Colello - David Colello, 2009
. Buddhism Deity .

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Martial Arts: Defining Martial Concepts
Fudo: - The Concept of Immovability

By Christopher Caile

Fudo is a Japanese term often used in Buddhism, especially in Zen and Esoteric Buddhism (Mikkyo) to represent a mental state -- one of immovability, not physically or literally, but in mind, one that is not captured, or moved, or dwells, or loiters on a thought or in a focus - a total unobstructed awareness and focus on everything, thus not moving with, or fixed upon something (limited by a focused attention).

In the martial arts the character "shin," meaning spirit, heart or will, is often added to the root "fudo" to become "fudoshin," a term meaning calm spirit, even when faced with danger, without fear or confusion, that does not dwell or become fixed on anything. This was the highest attainment of spiritual skill only attainable when the mind is totally focused on the totality of sensory input and free of thoughts and emotions - detached but aware and present. A related term "mushin" also is often used to mean "without mind" (not occupied by thought or emotion). (1)

Using the "fudo" root, other related terms include "fudo-chi," meaning immovable spirit or wisdom that can't be influenced, or confused, "fudotai" or immovable body, and "fudoshise" or immovable stance and "fudo-dachi" or "immovable stance" also sometimes referred to as a "preparation stance" (as in the initial and final stance in kata, one that allows the participant freedom of movement and action in any direction).

The concept of "Fudo" is also important to martial artists. The famous Zen priest Takuan in his famous three part treatise titled "Fudochi Shinmyoroku" ("The Mysterious Records of Immovable Wisdom") identifies Fudo-Myo-o attributes as they apply to Japanese (Samurai) swordsmanship. He notes the Fudo Myo-o's grasp of the sword in his right hand, his body standing firmly with mind immovable (detached and not distracted), looking at something but not stopping the mind during a flow of action or combat. He warned the Samurai against stopping the mind on a particular object, emotion or thought, noting that such stopping clutters (stops) the mind, something that curtailed the performance of technique.

The most famous Japanese swordsman known today is Miyamoto Masashi. He too was influenced by Fudo Myo-o. "Fudo" and its derivative concepts (noted above) represent a central concept in Masashi's strategy of combat (that reflect Takuan's tenets), (3) ideas he later encapsulated in his famous text on strategy, "The Book of Five Rings."

Even today many martial artists use Zazen (seated Zen meditation), chants (some derived from Esoteric Buddhism), and other to clear, fortify and purify the mind. Standing and/or meditating under a cold waterfall is another similar practice. Morihei Ueshiba, the founder of Aikido, is famous for this practice (which he termed Misogi) of ritual purification. (4)

It should be noted, however, that in modern times most martial artists who use these practices do so to enhance their mental and spiritual discipline, and to clarity their awareness and mind, ends that are separate from any religion or religious doctrine.

Modern martial artists also express similar concepts of the immovable mind. Mas Oyama (founder of Kyokushinkai karate and one of my first karate teachers), for example, used to tell me that the ideal karate mind is that of a person who could walk through a burning building without fear -- a very Fudo Myo-o image.

Kaicho Tadashi Nakamura (founder of Seido Karate and my current karate teacher) has said that a true karate-ka must be present in the now, the present moment, totally absorbed in action, mind void of distraction (thought or emotion) and spirit supreme.

Author's Note:
Two other articles on FightingArts.com give practical advice related to the concept of "no mind." See: "Fighting Zen - How Meditation Can Enhance Your Fighting Skills" and is "Controlling The Flinch, The Blink and The Turn Away."

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1-Mushin or "no mind" is also a very popular concept in Zen where meditation is used to free the mind of thought or emotions while simultaneously developing awareness, and focus, not on just one spot or image, but on everything perceived.

2-Few Samurai before the Edo period actually practiced Zen, although later it became popular.

3-Masashi is also noted for his brushwork and drawings, one being a remarkable 18 inch high wood carving he made of Fudo Myo-o. Masashi is also known for his practice of ritually purifying himself under ice cold waterfalls. There is no evidence, however, that Masashi actually practiced esoteric Mikkyo Buddhism in addition to his study of Zen, although he was influenced by Fudo Myo-o.

4-When I visited Ueshiba's summer retreat and dojo in Iwama, Japan in 1994 (later the home dojo of Seito Sensei), students talked about the waterfall in the nearby hills that Ueshiba has often used for this practice. _
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Mack, Karen
The Dissemination and Popularization of Fudo Imagery from the 9th to 14th Century in Japan
(Kansas, S. Fowler, M. Haufler) - dissertation 2005


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