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5/28/2014

gankake to make a wish

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gankake 願掛け to make a wish to Fudo
gankake Fudo Myo-O 願掛不動明王




kigan 祈願 prayer, supplication, wish for something
kigan jooju 祈願成就 prayer for realization of a heartfelt wish
. gankake 願掛け to make a wish -
wish-prayer .
 



. ichigan Fudo 一願不動明王 .
Fudo to make just one wish to, which will be granted !


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Fudo Tanuki 不動たぬき
. Asakusa no Gankake Tanuki Fudo 浅草 - 願かけ狸 .


gankake Fudo Myo-O 願掛け不動明王
. Joorakuji 常楽寺 Joraku-Ji Jorakuji .


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



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5/20/2014

Onegai Fudo

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Onegai Fudoo おねがい不動さま / お願い不動
Onegai Fudo Sama - Fudo to make a wish


成田山 東京別院 深川不動堂


. Fukagawa Fudoo Doo 深川不動堂 Fukagawa Fudo-Do .  
関東三十六不動霊場二十番札所 Kanto Pilgrims


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- Homepage of the temple
- source : www.fukagawafudou.gr.jp


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


. Narita Fudo 成田不動尊 .
Temple Shinshooji 新勝寺 Shinsho-Ji

. Onegai お願い Buddhas to grant a wish .


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5/04/2014

Migawari substitute

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Migawari Fudoo 身代わり不動尊 Fudo as Substitute
Vicarious Protector



wagami no kawari ni わが身の代わりに "instead of my own body"

To help people in distress and protect from disaster and catastrophies.

. Migawari ... the deities substitute for us .  

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Inunaki san, Shippoo Ryuuji 犬鳴山(七宝龍寺)


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On the walk toward the temple there are also seven waterfalls.
Look at some spectacular PHOTOS !
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Substitute Fudo from Oyama


oyama-fudo

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Banshooji 万松寺 Bansho-Ji
3-29-12 Osu, Naka Ward, Nagoya, Aichi



When Nagoya Castle was under construction by Kato Kiyomasa, Bansho-ji was moved from the castle grounds to its present site and the stone statue of Fudomyo-o was transferred with the other temple furnishings as one of the Bansho-ji's Treasures. This image has an interesting story.

In 1570, when Nobunaga was returning from his victory over the Asakura clan in Echizen he was hit in the chest by bullets from rifleman-priests as he passed an ambush near the north shore of Lake Biwa. The shots would have been fatal had it not been for the fact that the priest at Bansho-ji had given Nobunaga some emergency rations in the form of dried rice cakes, knowing that Nobunaga was quite fond of the delicacy.

Nobunaga had stuffed them inside his breastplate until needed and when the accurate fire of the riflemen probed for his heart, the bullets did not reach his soft flesh for they came to rest in the tough slab of hardened rice cake. Nobunaga believed that Fudomyo-o had interceded in his behalf and vicariously took the impact of the rifle slugs in the substitute flesh of the rice cakes.

Forty years later, when Kato Kiyomasa was building Nagoya Castle, he heard this story and named the statue Migawari Fudomyo-o, suggesting that it could divert misfortune from its devotees by acting as their substitute when menaced by disaster. The people in the vicinity ascribed the magic powers to the rice cakes and the tea stall in front of the temple did a lively business; for the people not only relished them as a delicacy, but considered them as an effective amulet against misfortune.

The teastall has long since disappeared, but, in order to preserve the tradition, rice is pounded into dough for rice cakes within the precincts of Bansho-ji on the 28th day of each month to serve to visitors. The Migawari protection provided by Fudomyo-o has attracted the attention of many automobile drivers who pray that the deity will be their substitute when danger threatens.




- Homepage of the temple
© www.banshoji.or.jp



a whole "shoping street" with eateries along the access road



- source and more photos : blogs.yahoo.co.jp/area
a row of red lanterns 提灯列 in the access road




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Hoju-ji Temple Goma Fire Memorial Service
November 15 (Wed)
法住寺 Hoojuu-Ji Temple in Kyoto

Migawari Fudoson Festival
Flute and Japanese koto harp performance: 13:00
Fire ceremony: 14:00-16:00; Oni hogaku and Yamabushi Mondo: tengu goblins and three other goblins (red blue and black) will dance around the Fudo-do Hall.

Hoju-ji Temple is the old site of a residence belonging to Emperor Goshirakawa and its Migawari Fudo statue is very famous.

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Temple Shojo Ke In, 清浄華院

At the temple Mii-Dera, the priest, Chikyo 智興
... read it HERE:
Naki Fudo .. Weeping Fudo, Crying Fudo 泣き不動絵巻

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高津区 身代わり不動大明王院




将門公の守護神としお祭りされてます




小豆島 山岳霊場・西の滝



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There are more temples with statues of this beneficial Fudo Myo-O.

. 武相不動尊二十八所 - Busoo / Buso
28 temples in Musashino and Sagami .

02 身代り不動尊 大明王院 川崎本山 身代り不動尊 - Migawari Fudo
11 観音寺 身代り不動尊 - Migawari Fudo


. 北関東三十六不動尊霊場
36 Fudo Temples in Northern Kanto .

14 如意山 - 吉祥院 延命寺 - 身代わり不動尊 - Migawari Fudo
25 法満山 一乗院 - 身代わり不動尊 - Migawari Fudo


. 九州88ヶ所108霊場
Kyushu - 88 and 108 Henro temples .

Nr. 108 Chinkoku-Ji, Oku no In 鎮国寺 奥の院


. 東北三十六不動尊霊場
36 Fudo temples in Tohoku .

16 弘法寺 高野山真言宗 - 身代り不動 Migawari Fudo
25 観音寺 天台宗別格本山 - 身代不動 - Migawari Fudo



- Shikoku Henro Pilgrims 四国遍路
. Temple Nr. 06 . Fudo-In . 不動院 .
. Temple Nr. 22 . Koryu-Ji (Kooryuuji) . 興隆寺 .

. Temple Nr. 16 . Gokuraku-Ji . 極楽寺 .


- Kyushi Henro Pilgrims 九州八十八ヵ所百八霊場巡り
Jooshin In 浄心院 Joshin-In - Fukuoka



. Kirimomi Fudo - Wakayama 錐もみ不動明王.

. Koobooji 弘法寺 Kobo-Ji . - Tsugaru, Aomori

. Go Dai son 五大尊 Five Great Ones .
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4/27/2014

pokkuri sudden death

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pokkuri  ぽっくり to pray for a sudden death,
"drop dead" - "pop off"
pokkuri Fudoo ポックリ不動尊  / ぽっくり不動尊
Fudo to grant a sudden death - Pokkuri Fudo


".. old people want to die without suffering from long-term illness so that their family members would not have to provide care for them such as helping them to the toilet and changing diapers."
. pokkuri  ぽっくり amulets for a sudden death, .  

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Joorakuji 常楽寺 Joraku-Ji Jorakuji
光明山 常楽寺 Jorakuji
群馬県館林市木戸町580, Tatebayashi town

This is temple Nr. 15 of the Henro Pilgrimage to 88 temples in Kanto 関東八十八ヶ所霊場.
The founder of this temple was 行基 Gyoki

The main statue is of Fudo Myo-O, called



gankake Fudo 願かけ不動 Fudo to make a wish
pokkuri Fudoo Son ぽっくり不動尊 Fudo to grant a sudden death

The chant of the temple is
じょうらくの かねのひびきか あかつきの 
うきよのゆめや おどろかすらん

. Gyooki Bosatsu 行基菩薩 Gyoki .
(668-749 AD)

There is also a
yakimochi Jizoo やきもち地蔵 Jizo for jealousy, a favorite of the ladies.





This male Jizo fell in love with a female Jizo 日限り女地蔵 in the nearby temple 深諦寺.
Every night he went to the embankment of the neaby river to meet her. So the head priest ordered a fence built around the statue so he could not escape any more. Since then his nightly outings have stopped.
The patrons of the temple now brought yakimochi 焼餅 grilled ricecakes (a pun with the word for "jealousy") as offerings to this statue.


- source more photos : blogs.yahoo.co.jp/nijuuniya2012



. Jizoo Bosatsu 地蔵菩薩 Jizo Bosatsu .


yakimochi やきもち (焼き餅) to roast mochi over hot ambers
a pun on the sounds of YAKI and KIMOCHI
to be jealous of someone 妬き餅、嫉妬 yakimochi
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. Yakimochi Fudoo Son 焼き餅不動尊 .
at the shrine Takabayashi Jinja 高林神社, Gunma, Ota Village 太田

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Joraku-Ji in Kamakura 鎌倉 常楽寺



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Keishooji 桂昌寺 Keisho-Ji
群馬県安中市下秋間112, Annaka town, Gunma

The Fudo is located in a small sanctuary at the back mountain of this temple.
There is quite a steep slope down from the road to the Fudo Hall.


- source : endingplanner.com

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Fudoo Inu Myoo-oo son 聖不動威怒明王尊 Fudo Myo-O

The statue had been lost in a landslide near a hot spring, and been found  through a statement in the dream.
The fourth priest of the temple, 乾海和尚 Keikai, took a closer look at it in 1700 and found that the pattern of the halo had been scratched with the pure nails, so he called the statue

tsumebiki fudoo 爪引き不動 Fudo drawn with nails.

This statue is well loved by the people around under the name
pokkuri Fudo ポックリ不動





- source : gpnotebook.gunmablog.net

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This temple is also famous for a large bell dedicated by the feudal lord Ii Naoyoshi to pray for the soul of his wife, Choosei-In.
The bell was cast in 1663, but its sound went bad. So it was re-cast in 1850 in Takasaki.
- reference : www.city.annaka.gunma.jp



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Jikooji 慈光寺 Jiko-Ji
茨城県坂東市弓田388 - Bando Town, Yumita

This temple is nr. 35 of the pilgrimage to 36 Fudo temples in Northern Kanto
北関東三十六不動尊霊場.
It is closely related to the legends of Taira no Masakado 平将門.
It was built in 746 by a disciple of Gyoki Bosatsu to bring peace to the region, and Fudo Myo-O seemed the best deity to help with that job.
During the Warring States period (around 1575) the statue which was made of strong gingko tree wood, survived a fire and was placed in the Amida hall.

Together with Amida, Fudo now helped old people to "break off like an old piece of wood" and have a peaceful death.


inside the Fudo Hall

The main statue of this temple is Pokkuri Fudo.

The chant of the temple is
慈光てら 大慈大悲の みひかりは 
こころのやみも てらすなりけり


stamp from the temple

- reference : www.k36fudo.com


. Taira Masakado 平将門(平將門) .
(? - 940)


. 北関東三十六不動尊霊場
Pilgrimage to 36 Fudo Temples in Northern Kanto .


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. pokkuri  ぽっくり amulets for a sudden death .  

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1/27/2014

iPhone

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iPhone accessory 不動明王
sumaatofon スマートフォン smartphone
sumaho スマホ

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iphones case


source : item.rakuten.co.jp/umeharashop

不動明王 デザインケース!!



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source : www.zazzle.co.jp/iphone4


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source : a-zaka.shabado.jp


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source : item.rakuten.co.jp/cnpshop

It comes in four different colors.
梵字シリーズiPhoneケース カーン 不動

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source : www.amazon.co.jp/iphone5


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source : www.remus.dti.ne.jp

iPhone 壁紙

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My iPhone background.
- shared by William Sheehan, facebook


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. telephone card テレフォン カード with Fudo Myo-O
tereka テレカ phone card .



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7/21/2008

Ichigan One Wish

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Ichigan Fudo 一願不動 One Wish Fudo
(いちがんふどう)
sometimes written
ichigan Fudo 一眼不動尊 "Fudo with one eye"
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Ichigan, you make one promise or wish and when this is fulfilled, you come back to the temple, make a thank you prayer and offer a wooden votive tablet (ema). Then you can then make your next wish. So be sure to wish for something that can be fulfilled within reason ...


Here are two samples from the
Shikoku Fudo Pilgrimage to 36 Fudo Temples.

Shikoku Fudo Pilgrimage .. Nr.19 . Hoju-Ji (Hoojuji) . 宝寿寺

Shikoku Fudo Pilgrimage .. Nr.28 . Hagiwara-Ji . 萩原寺
一眼不動 - Ichigan Fudo "with one eye"


Shikoku Fudo Pilgrimage .. Nr.34 . Jinno-Ji 神応寺



九州三十六不動尊霊場 Kyushu - 36 Fudo temples
30 延命院 一願不動 - Ichigan Fudo / - Saga 佐賀県



. Umegafuchi Fudo Hall 梅ヶ淵不動堂 .
Kagoshima 鹿児島市伊敷町6

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At the temple Daiyu-Ji (Daijuuji) 太融寺
Kita, Osaka 大阪市北区太融寺町3

This temple is famous for the history of Minamoto no Tooru 源融 and Emperor Saga Tenno.
Kobo Daishi built this temple on the strong wish of Emperor Saga in 821.
chokugan, the strong vow or promise, and temples built on the behest of an emperor are often called "chokuganji" ちょくがんじ【勅願寺】.
The main statue of this temple was a Kannon with thousand arms, shown only once a year on January 18.
The large photo shows the old statue of Fudo Myo-O before the war. It is lost now. The hall for this "one wish Fudo" had also been built on behest of Emperor Saga.
Many people come here, make one vow or wish, walk around the statue once or sometimes even one hundred times.





Fudo in the Hall


© PHOTO : pilgrimari.exblog.jp


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五大山 Godaisan 不動院 Fudo-In - 五大山不動院
東京都港区六本木三丁目15-4 Tokyo Minatoku, Roppongi



麻布不動坂の一願不動さん
Azabu Fudozaka no Ichigan Fudo

also called
六軒町の目黄不動
Rokkenmachi no Meki Fudo - Fudo with Yellow Eyes

The date of its establishment is not quite clear, but it might have been relocated from 麹町平河町 Kojimachi Hirakawachoin 1658. It was moved to 麻布六軒町 Azsabu Rokkencho.
During the Edo period, 兒稲荷 Kabuto Inari in the compound was quite popular.

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source : kazu1950.blog.fc2.com/blog-entry-1386


江戸の五色不動のうちの目黄不動は、一般には江戸川区平井の最勝寺か台東区三ノ輪の永久寺とされているが、当院とする説もある。
寺伝によれば江戸開府以前の創建で、かつては麹町平川町(平河町)にあったという。万治元年(1658)、幕府の命により麻布六軒町の現在地に移転した。当時の住職は中野の宝仙寺の住職を兼ねていた玄海法印であった。
玄海法印は新しい境内地が狭かったため、近くの沼を埋め立てて境内を拡張することを願い出て許可された。
ところがこの沼には悪蛇が数多く住み着き、近くの住民を悩ませていた。そこで玄海が、先祖である武田信玄が所持していた十一面観音を本地仏として稲荷大明神を勧請し、七日七夜の調伏の祈祷を行ったところ、水面に長さ2丈(約6メートル)の巨大な悪蛇の死骸が浮き上がった。人々は玄海の法力に驚き、喜んで寺院の普請に協力したと伝えられる。
また、境内近くの池で洗い物をしていた夫人が神憑りとなり、稲荷神を不動院の境内に祀れば、必ず祈願を成就させ、火を防ぐと託宣した。そこで社殿を建立して祀られたのが児稲荷大明神であり、今も境内の一角に祀られている。
明治の初め、不動院の住職となった高野山の山科俊海師は、日本橋小伝馬町の牢獄の跡地で燐火が燃えるのを見た。俊海師はこの地の浄化を祈念し、寺院の建立を発願した。大倉喜八郎(大倉財閥の祖)、安田善次郎(安田財閥の祖)といった有力者などの支援も受け、明治8年(1875)大安楽寺を創建した。
現在も大安楽寺と不動院は兼帯であるため、不動院が留守の時は大安楽寺で納経を受け付けてもらえる。
- source : goshuin.ko-kon.net/gofunai88

Nr. 06 in this pilgrimage in Central Tokyo :
. Gofunai 御府内八十八ヶ所霊場 Henro Temples in Edo .

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"Waterfall Fudo Temple" Takidani Fudo 瀧谷不動尊
滝谷不動明王寺(滝谷不動尊)Takidani Fudo-Ji Osaka

大阪府富田林市大字彼方1762

This temple has been established by Kobo Daishi Kukai in 821. It was build on the strong behest of Emperor Saga for the wellbeing of the people. The statue of Fudo was carved by Kobo Daishi.
It is counted as one of the three most famous Fudo Temples.




This is a statue where people throw water over Fudo whilst making a wish.
Mizukake Fudo.水掛不動尊

In the hall for the Ichigan Fudo 一願不動堂




Fudo in the Hall


© PHOTO : www.motoharusumi.com
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. hashiri Fudo 走り不動 "running Fudo" .


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滝谷不動明王寺 Takidani-fudou-myouou-ji
Takidani Fudo Myo-o Temple belongs to the Shingon Shuchizan school of Buddhism, and is located in Tondabayashi, Osaka.
Takidani Fudo Myo-o Temple is counted as one of three large Fudo in Japan. Praying at the temple is reputed to help prevent or cure eye diseases. As a result, the temple is also known as 'God of Eye' and 'Fudo of Sprout'.

The priest Kukai established the temple in 821. In 1463, it was moved to its present place. The temple's principal image is of Acala. The statues to Kongara and Seitaka are said to have been created by Kukai himself. These images are all designated as important cultural assets.

Monthly on the 28th day, a festival is held at Takidani Fudo Myo-o Temple to which over 30,000 people gather.
- source : nippon-kichi.jp



One of the 36 Fudo Temples in the Kinki Pilgrimage.
近畿36不動尊霊場, 第32番札所
. Pilgrimages to 36 Fudo Temples in Kinki .

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From the pilgrimage to 88 temples in Settsu.
摂津国八十八箇所

At the temple Shoen-Ji (Shooenji) 正圓寺
Osaka 大阪市阿倍野区松虫通





At the temple Senkoji (Senkooji) 全興寺
Osaka 大阪市平野区平野本町


© PHOTOs : motutyan3

Senko-Ji 地獄堂 Jigoku-Do "Hall of Hell"


source : kimura on facebook



Like this sign, reading “Tell a lie and I’ll rip out your tongue!”

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... Here’s where we get our first peek at hell. It’s a disclaimer to parents reading, “We opened this temple of hell to teach children right from wrong and the value of life… Don’t use it indiscriminately to scare your kids into listening to what you say.”
... If you tell lies, this is supposedly where you will end up. If your sins are of a different variety, they say you will see what hell will be like for you if you look into this mirror. ...
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Stone Cliff Fudo at Iwabune
岩船不動明王磨崖仏 . (一願不動)

at Toono, Nara prefecture 当尾(とおの)


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more about these stone carvings:
Magaibutsu Stone Carvings 磨崖仏不動

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There are quite a few temples with this Fudo in Japan.
Click on this photo to see more.
一願不動明王


at temple Konzo-Ji (Konzooji) 金蔵寺

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ichigan Fudo 一眼不動尊 "Fudo with one eye"

With two eyes, Fudo sees very clearly all the bad points of a human, with one eye he sees only half and can thus extend his benevolence and mercy to more people.

. Choorakuji 長楽寺 Choraku-Ji . - Ehime, Matsuyama

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source : momo2011.way-nifty.com/blog/2014
near 岩船寺 Gansen-Ji, Kyoto

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source : ameblo.jp/kuukaisan/entry
Taiyuuji 太融寺 Taiyu-Ji, Daiyu-Ji, Osaka
北区太融寺町3−7

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Ryuusenji 大本山大峯山龍泉寺 Ryusen-Ji
from the Kinki pilgrimage 近畿三十六不動尊
一眼不動明王
Nara, Yoshino, Tenkawa 奈良県吉野郡天川村


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Other ICHIGAN Deities


One Wish Kannon, Ichigan Kannon 一願観音

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One Wish Jizo, Ichigan Jizoo 一願地蔵

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See also:
Ichiji Fudo ... 一事不動 "One Item Fudo"

EMA <> Votive Tablets 絵馬

Three Most Famous Fudo . 三大不動尊 Sandai Fudo Son

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. Chokuganji 勅願寺 Chokugan-Ji "Imperial Temple" .
established by direct orders from an Emperor

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