2021/06/01

Welcome to Paradise !

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Welcome to Gokuraku 極楽 the Buddhist Paradise !

I will try and introduce information about the life of Shakyamuni Buddha
and a glossary of terms, many of them are kigo for Japanese haiku.

Paradise, Heaven 極楽 gokuraku and Hell 地獄  jigoku

ano yo あの世 the other world
haraiso はらいそ paradise (paraiso)
higan 彼岸 the other shore
joodo 浄土 Paradise of Amida
ka no yo かの世 the other world
. meido 冥土 冥途 the other world / yomi 黄泉 "the yellow springs" .
paradaisu パラダイス paradise, Paradies
raise 来世 afterlife, the world to come
rakuen 楽園 paradise, earthly paradise
shigo no sekai 死後の世界 the world after death
takai 他界 to die, to pass into the other world
tengoku 天国 heaven
tenjoo 天上 "up there", heaven

. toogen 桃源 Shangri-La シャングリラ, Arcadia, Eden - Toogenkyoo 桃源郷 fairyland, .
桃源郷 lit. Peach Blossom Valley

. raigoo, raigō 来迎 Raigo, the soul on the way to paradise .
"Decent of Amida Buddha", "Amida Coming over the Mountain"
- raigoozuu 来迎図 Raigozu, illustrations of the way to paradise


. Tokoyo no Kuni 常世国, 常世の国 The Eternal Land (of Shintoism) .
yomi 黄泉 the yellow springs, die Gelben Quellen
yuutopia ユートピア Utopia


And in the limbo toward the other world here are a lot of vengeful spirits, monsters and goblins.

. jigoku 地獄 Buddhist hell - Introduction .
naraku ならく / 奈落 hell, hades


. Pilgrimages in Japan - Introduction .


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. Introducing Buddha Statues .

. Introducing Buddhist Temples 寺 .

. Famous Buddhist Priests - ABC-List .


Your comments and help are most welcome!

Gabi Greve
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2021/03/27

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A Tourist Guidebook to Paradise  
GokuRaku no Kankoo Annai 極楽の観光案内 by 西村公朝 Nishimura Kocho



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Buddhism in Japan - Buddha Statues - an extensive guide

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News on Buddhist art, architecture, archaeology, music, dance, and academia.
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地獄と極楽がわかる本 - to understand hell and heaven
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A Cultural History of Japanese Buddhism
William E. Deal, Brian Ruppert




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Intended for “upper-level undergraduate and graduate students as well as scholars,” A Cultural History of Japanese Buddhism fills a gap by presenting largely recent work of Japanese and Western scholars on Japanese Buddhism. The authors consider prior books on Buddhist cultural history as largely from Indian and Tibetan viewpoints. The particular presumptions, intellectual models, or even prejudices of such positions (e.g., to view Japanese Buddhism as a distant reflection, or a corruption, of a continental original) are seen as obstacles to an accurate history of Buddhism’s influence and interaction with Japan.

The great value of the book is to direct readers to approaches and theories perhaps overlooked by more general histories of Buddhism. Each chapter includes its own bibliography and notes, making the book useful for study of narrow sections of Japan’s history.

Published in 2015, many summaries of and citations to recent scholarship are incorporated. Although a relatively short volume (~200 pages, absent notes and biolographies), it includes a great deal of purely historical information surrounded by “cultural history,” covering Japan from protohistory to the present. The book includes a character glossary.

Some themes that run through the book are: that Buddhism in Japan was not a monolithic “ism,” and that individual sects were not exclusive of one another but rather interacted in practice and doctrine; the complex interaction of indigenous religion with Buddhism; Buddhist lineages in Japan as the agents of cultural influence (e.g., “lineages had already begun to pursue the possibility of an ultimate deity”).

Many chapters include subsections on women and gender in Japanese Buddhism, including a fascinating section on the link between literary salons “established in women’s circles” and often held within monasteries and creating an environment for “the evolving and intimate connection between monastic Buddhists and their lay supporters” (102-4). More generally, these sections illustrate the important influence of women on Japanese Buddhism throughout its history. The book also devotes substantial attention to religion in Japan in the modern period, a much-needed resource.

One instance of a simplification of Japanese history that the authors seek to correct is the view that Shinto and Buddhism remained largely separate strands. While the doctrine of honji-suijaku is relatively well-known, the book reveals in greater depth the complex interplay between the two religions by reference to the writings of recent (and less-recent) scholars.

Another attempt to reveal subtlety beyond a stock scholarly view concerns (in the Heian period) the “limitations of the ‘rhetoric of decadence’ [that] some scholars attribute to ‘old’ Buddhism”. The authors offer Minamoto no Tamenori’s (d. 1101) Sanbo’e as an attempt “to incorporate other parts of the populace” beyond the aristocracy. This undercuts the claim that “practitioners of the ‘old’ Buddhism were completely unconcerned with those outside their walls” as a cause of the emergence of “religious heroes” (like Kukai and Nichiren) (88-90). (That said, the ongoing theme of Japanese Buddhists, unsatisfied with the quality of teaching in Japan, who sought original texts and more authoritative teachers in China, does support the basis of a kind of “decadent” Buddhism.)

It is important to have a sense of what “cultural history” is, or what it intends to do, before considering the authors’ approach to a history Japanese Buddhism. Given that cultural history includes an extremely wide set of approaches, determining the present authors’ use of it as a method is largely about picking out strands from the mass of possibilities. (One author refers to “the notorious difficulty of organizing the disorderly profusion of intradisciplinary, cross-disciplinary, and varying national-intellectual meanings and understandings of the “culture concept” into anything resembling consensual form” [Geoffrey Eley, “What Is Cultural History?”, New German Critique, No. 65, Cultural History/Cultural Studies, Spring – Summer, 1995, pp. 19-36].)

While the authors don’t set out their approach, generally in the present volume they tend to consider Buddhism in Japan less in terms of its religious or spiritual character or content and more as a generator of social and political forms. Or, rather, it is unspoken that religion was the driving force in developing myriad cultural effects in Japan, but the book doesn’t linger on religion itself, as it does on these effects.

It is unclear whether this approach is based on the position described by the scholar of medieval Japanese Buddhism Bernard Faure when he refers to an “absolute standpoint” as a “contradiction in terms” (Faure, Visions of Power (2000), 9). (Faure is frequently cited in A Cultural History of Japanese Buddhism.) That is: there are no “religious” standpoints motivating individuals, in terms of absolute or ideal concepts, or at least that taking direction from such standpoints is delusional.

Faure’s view (following from Le Goff) is that “literary and artistic works of art (and, in the case of religion, ritual practice) do no represent any eternal, unitary reality, but rather are the products of the imagination of those who produce them” (Faure, 10, emphasis added). A similar view of religion advocates a “History of Religions approach – trying to figure out how and why certain forms of religiosity took shape the way they did instead of assuming that it was religious experience that made religion” (Alan Cole, Fathering Your Father (2009), xi).

Thus, Faure and historians who follow his approach write religious history absent of religion as an internal activity, aimed at self-improvement, transcendental, or altruistic. Or perhaps this approach simply considers individual “religious” experiences too personal, too psychologically opaque, to form the basis of historical inquiry, and thus discards consideration of such experiences as “religious” in nature, and instead consider them in mainly terms of materiality and politics.

The authors of A Cultural History of Japanese Buddhism follow more directly the historian Kuroda Toshio’s sociopolitical functionalist approach. While occasionally offering descriptions of Buddhist practice and doctrine, the book largely focuses on: state-control over and connection with Buddhism in Japan (“Buddhism was firmly controlled by the state” during the early period (66)); art as narrative or purely visual, rather than a function of practice (99); Buddhist practice as a means of gaining influence or power at court, and the claim that “undoubtably” the introduction of esoteric lineages was related to the royal court’s interest in such power(106); that the court drove ritual (“Pivotal organizational and philosophical changes begin to arise in the royal court with the consolidation of the annual court ceremonies” (88, 106)).

Throughout, the authors take pains to connect influential Buddhists with the court: “The Daigoji halls, like those in other major monasteries, primarily housed scions of Fujiwara and Minamoto heritage” (107); “The Shingon lineages, from a very early point, […] had a special connection with the royal line” (108); “the intimate association between Tendai’s Enryakuji (Hiei) and the leading Fujiwaras” (108). Every monk who was a member of a royal family is identified in such a manner.

The author’s de-emphasis on “religious” explanations for religious history in Japan is intended to counterbalance writers who rely too much on such explanations. Citing the notable effect of D.T. Suzuki’s presentation of Zen Buddhism to the West (absurdist, gnomic, iconoclastic), and pointing out that “few Japanese Zen adherents, except those in the modern period and particularly those with access to the writings of Suzuki translated into Japanese” would recognize it, the author’s more social-science approach finds some justification. (146-7).

Performance theory is connected with the authors’ approach. A Cultural History of Japanese Buddhism doesn’t lay any groundwork for the reader as to what the doctrine or technique of applying performance theory are. It is a notoriously amorphous field of inquiry. One description of the approach states that “the performative nature of societies around the world, how events and rituals as well as daily life [are] all governed by a code of performance,” and one sees how this aligns with Deal and Ruppert’s approach in the present volume: religious acts are not generated by authenticity, but rather are ritualized and “for show.” Performance theory is difficult to understand as contributing much to an analysis of history, since all human action is outward, and thus all actions are, in a literal sense, “performed.” The negative application of the theory is applied in the present volume: performance theory supports the strategy of avoiding examination the motivations, hearts, or minds of individual in Japanese Buddhist history.

This is a strategy for writing history, and indicates the above-mentioned scholarly caution, perhaps, but also it tends to paint individuals as acting according to a plan (or with hindsight), rather than by caprice, calling, sincerity, compassion, or irrationality. Perhaps it doesn’t matter, in terms of cultural history, whether or not an effect was caused by religion or some other motivation, but only that the effect did occur.

With regard to Buddhist art, the authors acknowledge – particularly as to poetry – that the “undoubted” motivation for including Buddhist themes was a recognition of the contrast between non-attachment and the “intoxication of those who made use of or found beauty in the linguistic arts” (102). Oddly – although in keeping with the author’s “non-religious” approach to religious art – the idea that such an aesthetic intoxication is meant exactly to advance individuals’ practice (e.g., through visualization) is never mentioned, with respect to poetry or any other art form.
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2021/03/04

Toshima Henro Pilgrimage Introduction

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Toshima Henro Pilgrimage 豊島八十八ヶ所霊場


This pilgrimage in Honor of Kobo Daishi has been introduced in 1907.
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. 02 金峯山 Kinbozan  世尊院 Seson-In 東福寺 Tofuku-Ji .
中野区江古田3丁目 / 3 Chome Egota, Nakano ward (01)

. 15 瑠璃光山 Rurikozan 南蔵院 Nanzo-In 医王寺 Io-Ji .
練馬区中村1-15-1 / 1 Chome-15-1 Nakamura, Nerima ward (05)

. 16 亀頂山 Kichozan 蜜乗院 Mitsujo-In 三寶寺 Sanpo-Ji .
練馬区石神井台1-15-6 / 1 Chome-15-6 Shakujiidai, Nerima ward

. 33 医王山 Iozan 東光院 Toko-In 真性寺 Shinsho-Ji .
豊島区巣鴨3-21-21 / 3 Chome-21-21 Sugamo, Toshima ward (02)

. 36 瑠璃山 Rurisan 医王寺 Io-Ji 薬王院 Yakuo-In .
新宿区下落合4-8-2 / 4 Chome-8-2 Shimoochiai, Shinjuku ward

. 41 大鏡山 Daikyozan 南蔵院 Nanzo-In 薬師寺 Yakushi-Ji .
豊島区高田1-19-16 / 1 Chome-19-16 Takada, Toshima ward (08)

. 46 瑠璃光山 Rurikozan 禅定院 Zenjo-In 薬王寺 Yakuo-Ji .
北区上中里1-42-8 / 1 Chome-42-8 Kaminakazato, Kita ward

. 47 平塚山 Hiratsukazan 安楽院 Anraku-In 城官寺 Jokan-Ji .
北区上中里1-42-8 / 1 Chome-42-8 Kaminakazato, Kita ward

. 52 慈雲山 Jiunzan 蓮華院 Renge-In 観音寺 Kannon-Ji .
新宿区西早稲田1-7-1 / 1 Chome-7-1 Nishiwaseda, Shinjuku ward (24)

. 56 宝珠山 / 寶珠山 Hojuzan 地蔵院 Jizo-In 与楽寺 Yoraku-Ji .
北区田端1-25-1 / 1 Chome-25-1 Tabata, Kita ward (04 Jizo)

. 59 仏法山 / 佛寶山 Buppozan 西光院 Saiko-In 無量寺 Muryo-Ji .
北区西ヶ原1-34-8 / 1 Chome-34-8 Nishigahara, Kita ward

. 65 神霊山 Shinreizan 金乗院 Konjo-In  慈眼寺 Jigen-Ji .
豊島区高田2-12-39 / 2 Chome-12-39 Takada, Toshima ward (02)

. 66 白龍山 Hakuryuzan 寿命院 Jumyo-In 東覚寺 Togaku-Ji .
北区田端2-7-3 / Kita ward, Tabata, 2-7-3

. 70 照光山 Shokozan 禅定院 Zenjo-In 無量寺 Muryo-Ji .
練馬区石神井公園5-19-10  / Nerima ward, Shakuji-I Park 5-19-10

. 76 蓮華山 Rengezan 金剛院 Kongo-In 仏性寺 Bussho-Ji .
豊島区長崎1-9-2 /Toshima ward, Nagasaki 1-9-2 (07)

. 77 瑠璃光山 Rurikozan 清光院 Seiko-In 青蓮寺 Shoren-Ji .
板橋区成増4-36-2 / 4 Chome-36-2 Narimasu, Itabashi ward (01)

. 85 大悲山 Daihizan  観音寺 Kannon-Ji .
新宿区高田馬場3-37-26 / Shinjuku ward, Takadanobaba 3-37-26 (24)



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. Pilgrimages to Fudo Temples 不動明王巡礼 -
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2021/02/03

Tokai Kannon Pilgrimage Introduction

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. Tera 寺 と伝説 Buddhist Temples and their legends .
. The 53 Stations of the Tokaido 東海道五十三次 .
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Tokai Kannon Pilgrimage 東海三十三観音霊場

This pilgrimage was established in 1914.
20 temples from Tokyo and 5 each from Kawasaki, and Yokohama along the old Tokaido Highway.

01 大本山總持寺
. 02 来福寺 Raifuku-Ji .
03 光明山遍照寺
04 大嶋山真観寺
05 明王山成就院
06 金澤山円能院
07 石観音
08 龍泉寺
09 光明山金剛寺

10 蓮花寺
11 金剛院
12 蒲田不動尊大楽寺
13 一心山専念寺
. 14 東福寺 Tofuku-Ji .
15 円明山延命寺
16 大福生寺
17 宝幢院
18 東陽院
19 安養寺

20 遍照院
. 21 品川寺 Honsen-Ji .
22 薬王寺
23 宝泉寺
24 明長寺
25 自性院
26 正蔵院
27 宝珠院
28 龍王院
29 観蔵院

30 海晏寺
31 法禅寺
32 安泰寺
33 川崎大師平間寺


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Tokai Hakuju Sanjusan Kannon 東海白寿三十三観音霊場
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2021/02/01

Tokyo Kannon Pilgrimage Introduction

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Tokyo Kannon Reijo 東京三十三観音霊場 Pilgrimage

This pilgrimage was introduced after 関東大震災 the Great Kanto Earthquake in 1923 but later abolished.

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01 補陀落山海晏寺(品川区南品川5-16-2)
. 01 海晏寺 Kaian-Ji .
02 金剛山観音寺(品川区大崎3-8-12)
. 02 観音寺 / 觀音寺 Kannon-Ji .
03 泰叡山瀧泉寺(目黒区下目黒3-20-26)
. 03 瀧泉寺 Ryusen-Ji .
04 三田山魚籃寺(港区三田4-8-34)
. 04 魚籃寺 Gyoran-Ji .
05 勝林山金地院(港区芝公園3-5-4)
. 05 金地院 Konchi-In .
06 補陀山長谷寺(港区西麻布2-21-34)
. 06 長谷寺(ちょうこくじ)Chokoku-Ji (Hasedera .
07 長青山梅窓院(港区南青山2-26-38)
. 07 梅窓院 Baiso-In .
08 渋谷山東福寺(渋谷区渋谷3-5-8)
. 08 東福寺 Tofuku-Ji .
09 慈雲山長泉寺(渋谷区神宮前6-25-12)
. 09 長泉寺 Chosen-Ji .

10 竹園山教学院(世田谷区太子堂4-15-1) Kyogakuin
11 大谿山豪徳寺(世田谷区豪徳寺2-24-7) Gotokuji
12 代々木山雲照寺(渋谷区西原3-31-1)
13 観谷山聖輪寺(渋谷区千駄ヶ谷1-13-11)
14 永固山一行院(新宿区南元町19-2)
15 常栄山心法寺(千代田区麹町6-4-1)
16 四谷山長善寺(新宿区四谷4-4)
17 護本山天龍寺(新宿区新宿4-3-19)
18 多宝山成願寺(中野区本町2-26-6)
19 蒼竜山松源寺(中野区上高田1-27-3)

20 明治寺 Meiji-Ji (中野区沼袋2-28-20)
21 大鏡山南蔵院(豊島区高田1-19-16)
. 21 南蔵院 Nanzo-In 薬師寺 Yakushi-Ji .
22 光松山放生寺(新宿区西早稲田2-1-14)
. 22 放生寺 Hojo-Ji .
23 東豊山新長谷寺(豊島区高田2-12-39 金乗院)
. 23 金乗院 Konjo-In .
24 神齢山護国寺(文京区大塚5-40-1)
. 24 護国寺 Gokoku-Ji .
25 無量山伝通院(文京区小石川3-14-6)
26 金竜山大円寺(文京区向丘1-11-3)
. 26 大円寺 / 大圓寺 Daien-Ji .

27 天昌山光源寺(文京区向丘2-38-22)
28 補陀落山養福寺(荒川区西日暮里3-3-8)
29 東叡山養壽院(台東区上野桜木1-15-3)

30 東叡山清水堂(台東区上野公園1-29)
31 金龍山浅草寺(台東区浅草2-3-1)
32 宝寿山長命寺(墨田区向島5-4-4)
33 萬骨観音堂(墨田区横網町2東京都慰霊堂)

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Nankatsu Henro Introduction Katsushika

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Nankatsu Henro 南葛八十八ヶ所霊場 Pilgrimage in South Katsushika
南葛八十八箇所 - since 1919


葛飾 Katsushika Pilgrimages
葛飾区内に霊場がある写し霊場のうち、弘法大師に由来しているものには、東葛西領八十八箇所・荒川邊八十八箇所・新四国四箇領八十八箇所・荒綾八十八箇所・南葛新四国八十八箇所(弘山講)・南葛八十八箇所(大心講)・隅田川二十一箇所・水元水郷二十一箇所などがある。
 このうち東葛西領八十八箇所は天明年間(1781〜1789)に活動が始められた注釈1-1と推定されており、文久2(1862)年に遊々山人が著した『東葛西領新八十八箇所詣ひとり案内』に巡拝した村名と順路が記されている。  荒川邊八十八箇所は文化年間(1804〜1818)に始まった。この「荒川」とは現在の隅田川のことである。
 新四国四箇領八十八箇所は天保12(1841)年に始まった。中川両岸沿いにある江戸時代の葛西領、二郷半領、淵江領、八条領の4ヶ領にわたる。
 荒綾八十八箇所は明治44(1911)年、荒川二十一箇所と綾瀬二十一箇所をもとにして始まった。
 南葛新四国八十八箇所は、明治43(1910)年、弘山講によって始められた。
 南葛八十八箇所は、大正12(1923)年、現在の奥戸、善紹寺の住職により始められた「いろは大師」をもとに大正14(1925)年、八十八ヶ所の霊場が整備された。
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01 善紹寺(葛飾区奥戸6-6-12)
02 東覚寺(葛飾区細田3-5-10)
03 高砂阿弥陀堂(葛飾区高砂1-25-4)
05 墓地内(葛飾区奥戸2-32-19)
05 路辺(江戸川区西小岩4-10-20)
06 鼎地蔵(葛飾区鎌倉3-43)
07 宝蔵院(葛飾区奥戸8-5-19)
08 大光明寺(葛飾区高砂2-11-14)
09 路辺(葛飾区奥戸8-3-13)

10 観蔵寺(葛飾区高砂5-5-2)
11 正蔵院(江戸川区上一色3-30-17(18番札所あり)
12 森市地蔵(葛飾区奥戸2-1)
13 大珠院(葛飾区鎌倉4-4-3(78番札所あり))
14 浄光院(葛飾区鎌倉1-31-3)
15 専念寺(葛飾区奥戸8-10-19)
16 子育地蔵(葛飾区高砂5-47-5)
17 輪福寺(葛飾区鎌倉3-46-17)
18 正蔵院(江戸川区上一色3-30-17)
19 南葛19番大師堂(葛飾区鎌倉1-19-16)

20 宅地内(葛飾区細田3-27-16)
21 妙厳寺(葛飾区奥戸3-28-10)
22 善紹寺(葛飾区奥戸6-6-12)
23 正福寺(葛飾区東新小岩4-8-4)
24 八幡神社(江戸川区北小岩8-23-19)
25 十念寺(江戸川区北小岩5-32-5)
26 眞光院(江戸川区北小岩4-41-5)
27 正眞寺(江戸川区北小岩7-27-5)
28 東光寺(葛飾区西新小岩5-21-20)
29 上品寺(葛飾区東新小岩7-8-2)

30 正覚寺(葛飾区東立石1-20-2)
31 宅地内(葛飾区青戸2-3-16宅地内)
32 眞禅寺(葛飾区東立石1-22-3)
33 西光寺(葛飾区四つ木1-25-8)
34 慈眼院(葛飾区四つ木4-19-33)
35 墓地内(葛飾区立石4-29-10)
36 西光寺(葛飾区宝町2-1-1)
37 南蔵院(葛飾区立石8-40-25)
38 浄光寺(葛飾区東四つ木1-5-9)
39 善紹寺(葛飾区奥戸6-6-12)

40 西圓寺(葛飾区立石8-5-18)
41 勝養寺(葛飾区青戸3-25-14)
42 宮田家墓地内(葛飾区東立石4-12-13)
43 善福院(葛飾区四つ木3-4-29)
44 四つ木白髭神社(葛飾区四つ木2-18-11)
45 法問寺(葛飾区青戸6-16-20)
46 龍光寺(江東区亀戸3-56-14)
47 恵明寺(葛飾区亀有3-32-25)
48 善紹寺(葛飾区奥戸6-6-12)
49 正覚寺(墨田区八広3-5-2)

50 宝生院(葛飾区柴又5-9-8)
51 平井聖天燈明寺(江戸川区平井6-17-30)
52 良観寺(葛飾区柴又3-33-13)
53 正養寺(江戸川区平井2-5-18)
54 八広5丁目庚申堂(墨田区八広5-32-7庚申堂内)
55 普賢寺(葛飾区東堀切3-9-3)
56 蓮花寺新光苑墓地内(墨田区東向島6-29-16)
57 医王寺(葛飾区柴又5-13-6)
58 路辺(葛飾区柴又2-5-39)
59 正王寺(葛飾区堀切5-29-14)

60 宝性寺(葛飾区堀切4-54-2)
61 極楽寺(葛飾区堀切2-25-21)
62 円通寺(墨田区押上2-39-6)
63 宝泉寺(葛飾区青戸1-18-19)
64 善紹寺(葛飾区奥戸6-6-12)
65 平井聖天燈明寺(江戸川区平井6-17-30)
66 常光寺(江東区亀戸3-56-14龍光寺内)
67 正観寺(墨田区押上3-32-4)
68 善紹寺(葛飾区奥戸6-6-12)
69 萬福寺(墨田区東墨田3-12-19)

70 路辺(葛飾区新小岩3-12-14)
71 明源寺(墨田区立花1-13-10)
72 東清寺(墨田区墨田3-10-2)
73 宝蓮寺(葛飾区新宿2-11-22)
74 安養寺(江戸川区平井6-53-1)
75 宝蔵寺(墨田区八広6-9-17)
76 正養寺(江戸川区平井2-5-18)
77 正覚寺(葛飾区小菅1-3-6)
78 大珠院新墓地内(葛飾区鎌倉4-4-3)
79 多聞寺(墨田区墨田5-31-13)

80 理性院(足立区柳原2-5-1)
81 安養寺(江戸川区平井6-53-1)
82 安養寺(江戸川区平井6-53-1)
83 番大師堂(葛飾区柴又7-7-26とらや裏)
84 蓮花寺(墨田区東向島2-23-17)
85 立花6丁目地蔵堂(墨田区立花6-10-1)
86 正福寺(墨田区墨田2-6-20)
87 東福院(江戸川区松島3-38-18)
88 妙厳寺 Myogan-Ji (葛飾区奥戸3-28-10)

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Fudo Myo-O Junrei - Fudo Pilgrims - INTRODUCTION .


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2021/01/03

Tamagawa Henro Introduction

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Tamagawa Henro Pilgrimage 玉川八十八ヶ所霊場
玉川八十八箇所 / 多摩川八十八ヶ所 / 多摩八十八ヶ所 巡拝 /


It was finally established in 1973. It includes temples from the old districts of 荏原郡 Ebara, 橘樹郡 Tachibana, 都筑郡 Tsuzuki and 多摩郡世田谷領 Tama, Setagaya.
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- not to mix with the following
. Tama Shikoku Henro 多摩四国八十八箇所 Pilgrimage .


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01 川崎大師平間寺 Heigen-Ji (川崎市川崎区大師町4-48)
02 大嶋山真観寺(川崎市川崎区大島2-10-16)
03 金蔵院(横浜市神奈川区東神奈川1-4-3)
04 明王山成就院(川崎市川崎区渡田3-8-1)
05 玉川大師玉真院(世田谷区瀬田4-13-3)
06 金澤山円能院(川崎市川崎区小田1-25-12)
07 薬王山東漸寺(横浜市鶴見区潮田町3-144-2)
06 正泉寺(横浜市鶴見区生麦4-31-4)
09 龍泉寺(横浜市鶴見区岸谷4-3-2)

10 東福寺(横浜市鶴見区鶴見1-3-5)
. 10 東福寺 Tofuku-Ji .
11 光明山金剛寺(横浜市鶴見区市場下町6-33)
12 愛宕山宝蔵院(横浜市鶴見区馬場4-7-5)
. 12 宝蔵院 Hozo-In .
13 瑠璃光山真福寺(川崎市川崎区堀之内町11-7)
14 円明山延命寺(川崎市幸区都町4-2)
15 重養山正楽寺(横浜市鶴見区矢向3-6-23)
16 木月山大楽寺(川崎市中原区木月4-22-32)
17 瑠璃光山無量寺(川崎市中原区中丸子498)
18 日吉山大楽院(川崎市中原区上丸子八幡町1522)
19 惠日山成就院(川崎市中原区小杉陣屋町1-32-1)

20 龍宿山西明寺(川崎市中原区小杉恩御殿町1-906)
21 西光山東福寺(川崎市中原区市ノ坪45)
22 南林山蓮花寺(川崎市高津区久末1292)
23 長唱山蓮乗院(川崎市高津区子母口129)
24 天輪山安養寺(川崎市中原区上新城1-9-5)
25 瑠璃光山長福寺(川崎市中原区上小田中6-38-3)
26 春日山常楽寺(川崎市中原区宮内4-12-14)
27 大栄山東樹院(川崎市中原区宮内1-11-1)
28 大谷山宝蔵寺(川崎市中原区上小田中1-4-13)
29 御嶽山安養院(川崎市高津区坂戸2-14-38)

30 諏訪山明王院(川崎市高津区諏訪3-14-3)
31 白王山正福寺(川崎市高津区北見方2-13-1)
32 善養寺(世田谷区野毛2-7-11)
33 等々力不動明王院(世田谷区等々力1-22-47)
34 医王寺(世田谷区深沢6-14-2)
35 金剛寺(世田谷区中町2-20-11)
36 覚願寺(世田谷区上野毛2-15-15)
37 慈眼寺(世田谷区瀬田4-10-3)
38 大空閣寺(世田谷区瀬田4-21-15)
39 瑜伽山真福寺(世田谷区用賀4-14-4)

40 岡本山長円寺(世田谷区岡本1-20-1)
41 舜栄山安穏寺(世田谷区上祖師谷2-3-6)
42 青林山東覺院(世田谷区千歳台4-11-11)
43 波羅密山宝性寺(世田谷区船橋4-39-32)
44 多聞院(世田谷区北烏山4-12-1)
45 密蔵院(世田谷区桜上水2-24-6)
46 西福寺(世田谷区赤堤3-28-29)
47 赤堤山善性寺(世田谷区豪徳寺1-55-23)
48 勝国寺(世田谷区世田谷4-27-4)
49 円光院(世田谷区世田谷4-7-12)

50 円乗院(世田谷区代田2-17-3)
51 円泉寺(世田谷区太子堂3-30-8)
52 西澄寺(世田谷区下馬2-11-6)
53 金蔵院(目黒区八雲2-4-26)
54 満願寺(世田谷区等々力3-15-1)
55 東光院(大田区田園調布本町35-8)
56 密蔵院(大田区田園調布南24-18)
57 観蔵院(大田区西嶺町22-19)
58 増明院(大田区鵜の木1-15-5)
59 蓮光院(大田区下丸子3-19-7)

60 長福寺(大田区下丸子4-18-3)
吉祥院(世田谷区鎌田4-11-18)
花光院(大田区矢口2-3-12)
圓応寺(大田区矢口3-21-15)
遍照院(大田区多摩川1-5-14)
65 金剛院(大田区新蒲田2-3-6)
東福寺(大田区多摩川2-10-22)
蒲田不動尊大楽寺(大田区新蒲田3-4-12)
藥王寺(大田区西六郷2-23-15)
69 古川薬師安養寺(大田区西六郷2-33-10)

70 蓮花寺(大田区西蒲田6-13-14)
71 円乗院(大田区南馬込5-15-5)
長遠寺(大田区南馬込5-2-10)
鏡王院(大田区東馬込1-1-12)
来福寺(品川区東大井3-13-1)
円能寺(大田区山王1-6-30)
密厳院(大田区大森北3-5-4)
密乗院(大田区大森中2-17-5)
自性院(大田区本羽田3-9-10)
79 正蔵院(大田区本羽田3-10-8)
. 79 Shozo-In 了仲寺 Ryuchu-Ji .

80 龍王院(大田区羽田2-26-11)
摩尼山長松寺(横浜市鶴見区駒岡3-4-22)
八幡山観音寺(横浜市港北区篠原町2777)
秀明寺(大田区本羽田1-3-11)
宝泉寺(大田区南六郷2-26-12)
宝珠院(大田区仲六郷4-34-8)
東陽院(大田区仲六郷4-6-2)
新照寺(大田区南蒲田1-9-13)
88 宝幢院(大田区西六郷2-52-1)
. 88 Hodo-In 宝幢院 - 光明寺 Komyo-Ji .


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. Tama Shikoku Henro 多摩四国八十八箇所 Pilgrimage .

. Tamagawa Joosui 多摩川上水 Tamagawa Josui Kanal  .


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. Kobo Daishi Reijo 弘法大師霊場 Kobo Daishi Henro Pilgrimages in Japan .

. Japan - Shrines and Temples - Index .


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2021/01/02

Togoku Henro Introduction

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Togoku Henro Pilgrimage 東国八十八ヵ所霊場 
東国八十八箇所  


It new was established in March 1936.
Temples in Kawasaki, Yokohama and the Kamakura area are on this pilgrimage.


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01 金剛山平間寺(川崎市川崎区大師町4-48)
02 瑠璃光山真福寺(川崎市川崎区堀之内町11-7)
03 大嶋山真観寺(川崎市川崎区大島2-10-16)
04 明王山成就院(川崎市川崎区渡田3-8-1)
05 金澤山圓能院(川崎市川崎区小田1-25-12)
06 円明山延命寺(川崎市幸区都町4-2)
07 瑠璃光山無量寺(川崎市中原区中丸子498)
08 8西光山東福寺(川崎市中原区市ノ坪45)
09 龍宿山西明寺(川崎市中原区小杉御殿町1-906)

10 光明山金剛寺(横浜市鶴見区市場下町6-33)
11 薬王山東漸寺(横浜市鶴見区潮田3-144-2)
12 愛宕山宝蔵院(横浜市鶴見区馬場4-7-5)
. 12 宝蔵院 Hozo-In .
13 摩尼山長松寺(横浜市鶴見区駒岡町3-4-22)
. 13 長松寺 Chosho-Ji .
14 子生山東福寺(横浜市鶴見区鶴見1-3-5)
. 14 東福寺 Tofuku-Ji .
15 生麦山龍泉寺(横浜市鶴見区岸谷4-3-2) - Fudo
16 密厳山遍照院(横浜市神奈川区子安通3-382) - Fudo
17 医光山薬王寺(横浜市神奈川区七島町6)
18 海運山能満寺(横浜市神奈川区東神奈川2-32-1)
19 平尾山東光寺(横浜市神奈川区東神奈川2-37-6)

20 神鏡山金蔵院(横浜市神奈川区東神奈川1)
21 洲崎山普門寺(横浜市神奈川区青木町3-18)
22 海浦山吉祥寺(横浜市神奈川区白楽98)
23 妙義山歓成院(横浜市港北区大倉山2-8-7)
24 八幡山観音寺(横浜市港北区篠原2777)
25 瑞雲山三会寺(横浜市港北区烏山町730)
. 25 三会寺 (さんねじ) / 三會寺 Sanne-Ji / Sankai-Ji .
26 在田山香象院(横浜市保土ケ谷区岩間2-153)
27 医王山遍照寺(横浜市保土ケ谷区月見台38-31)
28 西方山大仙寺(横浜市保土ケ谷区霞台15-16)
29 羯摩山圓福寺(横浜市保土ヶ谷西久保137)


30 金岸山安楽寺(横浜市保土ケ谷区西久保120)
31 法亀山願成寺(横浜市西区西戸部3-290)
32 医王山東光寺(横浜市南区三春台110)
33 東光山蓮華院(横浜市南区三春台19)
34 東医山薬王寺(横浜市南区三春台7)
35 福智山普門院(横浜市南区西仲町1-2-6) - Fudo
36 光明山東福寺(横浜市西区赤門町2-17)
37 日明山大聖院(横浜市西区元久保5-20) - Fudo
38 成田山延命院(横浜市西区宮崎町30)- Fudo
39 大慈山玉泉寺(横浜市南区中村1-6-1)

40 海龍山増徳院(横浜市南区平楽103)
41 東漸寺(横浜市中区大平町101)
42 地福寺(横浜市中区元町) - Fudo
43 佛海山天徳寺(横浜市中区和田山1-1) - Fudo
44 醫王山多聞院(横浜市中区本牧元町2-16) - Fudo
45 東光山千蔵寺(横浜市中区本牧元町12-16) - Fudo
46 間門山東福院(横浜市中区本牧荒井64)
47 根岸山大聖院(横浜市磯子区東町6-20)
48 海向山金蔵院(横浜市磯子区磯子4-3-6)
49 禪馬山真照寺(横浜市磯子区磯子8-14-12)

50 瀧頭山密蔵院(横浜市磯子区滝頭3-13-5) - Fudo
51 泉久山海照寺(横浜市磯子区坂下4-19)
52 明王山宝積寺(横浜市磯子区上町7-13) - Fudo
53 青龍山宝生寺(横浜市南区堀の内1-68)
54 妙法山弘誓院(横浜市南区睦町2-221)
55 南龍山無量寺(横浜市南区蒔田町174) - Fudo
. 55 Muryooji 無量寺 Muryo-Ji .
56 松吟山大光寺(横浜市南区南太田町2-7-21)
57 十輪山西光院(横浜市港南区永田東町1-22-3)
58 西向山乗蓮寺(横浜市南区井土ヶ谷上町33-1)
59 引越山定光寺(横浜市南区六ッ川町1-270) (Joko-Ji 01 Ehime)

. Kobo Daishi Kukai 弘法大師 空海 . (774 - 835) .


60 瑞応山弘明寺(横浜市南区弘明寺267)
. 60 弘明寺 Gumyo-Ji .
61 慈雲山吉祥寺(横浜市南区大岡1-6-1)
62 雨寶山萬福寺(横浜市南区大岡5-39-17)
63 大岡山真光寺(横浜市港南区上大岡東3-1-1)
64 瑠璃山金剛院(横浜市磯子区岡村5-3-1)
65 西岸山千手院(横浜市港南区最戸2-21-1)
66 久保山自性院(横浜市港南区大久保2-34-15)
67 南光山福聚院(横浜市港南区港南1-3-2)
68 福壽山光明寺(横浜市港南区日野7-19-19)
69 日野山徳恩寺(横浜市港南区日野中央2-10-14)

70 関宮山東樹院(横浜市港南区笹下2-24-17) - Fudo
71 花翁山慶珊寺(横浜市金沢区富岡東4-1-8)
72 知福山宝珠院(横浜市金沢区富岡東5-8-19)
73 海照山持明院(横浜市金沢区富岡東5-8-34)
74 三療山薬王寺(横浜市金沢区寺前2-23-52)
75 金澤山称名寺(横浜市金沢区金沢町212-1)
76 此木山宝蔵院(横浜市金沢区柴町214)
77 野島山染王寺(横浜市金沢区野島町5-1)
78 知足山龍華寺(横浜市金沢区洲崎9-31)
79 東昌寺(逗子市池子2-8-33)

80 延命寺(逗子市逗子3-1-17)
81 南向山補陀洛寺(鎌倉市材木座6-7-31) - Fudo
82 浄光明寺(鎌倉市扇ヶ谷2-12-1)
83 普明山成就院(鎌倉市極楽寺1-1-5) - Fudo
84 満福寺(鎌倉市腰越2-4-8)
85 浄泉寺(鎌倉市腰越2-10-7) - saken Fudo 左剣不動明王
. Josen-Ji 浄泉寺 .
and saken Fudo 左剣不動明王 "Fudo holding the sword in the left hand"
86 加持山宝善院(鎌倉市腰越5-13-17)
87 寶盛山密蔵寺(藤沢市片瀬3-3-44)
88 飯盛山青蓮寺(鎌倉市手広769)

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. Shikoku Henro Temple List 四国遍路  .

- Koya San in Wakayama 和歌山 高野山 -

- Kobo Daishi Kukai 弘法大師 空海 (774 - 835) -

. Gyoki Bosatsu 行基菩薩 (668 - 749) Saint Gyōki .


. Gofunai 御府内八十八ヶ所霊場 Pilgrimage to 88 Henro Temples in Edo .
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. Pilgrimages to Fudo Temples 不動明王巡礼
Fudo Myo-O Junrei - Fudo Pilgrims - INTRODUCTION .


. Japan - Shrines and Temples - Index .


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Josenji Fudo Kamakura

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. Pilgrimages to Fudo Temples 不動明王巡礼 .
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saken Fudo 左剣不動明王 "Fudo holding the sword in the left hand"
小動山 Koyurugisan 浄泉寺 Josen-Ji

神奈川県 鎌倉市腰越2-10-7 / Kanagawa, Kamakura city, Koshigoe

The temple was founded in 918 by Kobo Daishi.
Kukai carved a statue of Fudo Myo-O holding the sword in the left hand.
It became famous when 新田義貞 Nitta Yoshisada stayed here to protect the acces to Kamakura city at 稲村ケ崎 Inamuragasaki.
The temple is closely related to the nearby Shrine 小動神社 Koyurugi Jinja, where Yoshisada's sword was kept.
The warrior 佐々木盛綱 Sasaki Moritsuna (1151 - ?) prayed to the temple from his ship on the sea.
. Nitta Yoshisada 新田義貞  (1302 - 1338) .
and 九品寺 Temple Kuhon-Ji in Kamakura




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- reference of the temple
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Shrine 小動神社 Koyurugi Jinja

The shrine is located on the Cape of Koyurugi.
Sasaki Moritsuna is said to have founded the temple between 1185-1189. After the Taira no Yukimori suppression, Moritsuna triumphantly returned to Kamakura. The local guardian deity, Omi “Hachiojimiya”, searched for a new place to settle in. One day, Enoshima’s God of wealth, music, eloquence and water was on his way to the shrine, and climbed Mt. Koyurugi since he was very interested in the scenery. Therefore the deity was moved to this land and was the beginning of the Koyurugi Shrine.
It is said that Nitta Yoshisada prayed for victory in the “Battle of Kamakura”.
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This temple is Nr. 85 of the
. Togoku Henro Pilgrimage 東国八十八ヵ所霊場  .

. O-Mamori お守り Amulets and Talismans .

. Fudō Myō-ō, Fudoo Myoo-Oo 不動明王 Fudo Myo-O
Acala Vidyârâja - Vidyaraja - Fudo Myoo .


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



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Kanto Henro Introduction

. Kobo Daishi Reijo 弘法大師霊場 Kobo Daishi Henro Pilgrimages in Japan .
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Kanto Henro Pilgrimage 関東八十八ヶ所霊場
関東八十八箇所



This new pilgrimage was established in 1995.
It covers Tokyo and the 6 prefectures of Kanto.

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群馬県 Gunma - 発心の道場 

1番.高崎観音慈眼院(群馬県高崎市石原町2710-1) - 聖観世音菩薩
01 Jigen-In
2番.不動寺(群馬県安中市松井田町松井田甲987) - 千手観音菩薩
02 Fudo-Ji
3番.金剛寺(群馬県安中市松井田町新堀1058) - 十一面観世音菩薩
4番.光明寺(群馬県藤岡市中1503) - 十一面観世音菩薩
5番.蓮花院(群馬県前橋市下増田1626) / 徳川家霊廟 - 聖観世音菩薩
6番.長明寺(群馬県新田郡新田町金井465)- 大日如来
7番.南光寺(群馬県みどり市笠懸町阿左美967) - 大日如来
8番.光榮寺(群馬県みどり市大間々町大間々1056) - 薬師如来
9番.聖眼寺(群馬県桐生市元宿町15-19) - 大日如来
09 Shogen-Ji
10番.観音院(群馬県桐生市東2-13-18) - 聖観世音菩薩
10 Kannon-In
11番.十輪寺(群馬県太田市新井町548-1) - 愛染明王・延命地蔵菩薩
12番.吉祥寺(群馬県太田市下浜田町甲760) - 不動明王
13番.教王寺(群馬県太田市細谷町1301) - 如意輪観世音菩薩
14番.観性寺(群馬県館林市仲町10-12) - 大日如来・如意輪観音・不動明王
15番.常楽寺(群馬県館林市木戸町甲580) - 不動明王

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栃木県 Tochigi 修行の道場 (栃木県・茨城県・千葉県)

16番.金剛山鑁阿寺(栃木県足利市家富町2220) - 大日如来
16 鑁阿寺 Banna-Ji
17番.宝性寺(栃木県足利市堀込町2023) - 十一面観世音菩薩
特番.出流山満願寺(栃木県栃木市出流町288)
00 Mangan-Ji
18番.長清寺(栃木県栃木市本町14-30) - 大日如来
19番.如意輪寺(栃木県栃木市大宮町1647-1) - 大日如来
20番.慈眼寺(栃木県下野市小金井1-26-2) - 十一面観世音菩薩
21番.観音寺(栃木県鹿沼市板荷2961) - 聖観世音菩薩
22番.東海寺(栃木県宇都宮市篠井町827) - 阿弥陀三尊如来
22 Tokai-Ji
23番.光明寺(栃木県宇都宮市野沢町342) - 大日如来
24番.生福寺(栃木県宇都宮市仲町2-17) - 大日如来
25番.廣琳寺(栃木県宇都宮市平出町1673) / 明星院 - 地蔵菩薩
26番.光照寺(栃木県那須郡那珂川町小川710) - 阿弥陀如来
27番.馬頭院(栃木県那須郡那珂川町馬頭188) - 馬頭観世音菩薩 Bato Kannon
28番.安楽寺(栃木県那須烏山市田野倉285) - 薬師如来
29番.芳賀観音寺(栃木県芳賀郡芳賀町与能1555) - 大日如来
30番.益子観音寺(栃木県益子町益子2935) - 如意輪観世音菩薩

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茨城県 Ibaraki

31番.大山寺(茨城県東茨城郡城里町高根118) - 大日如来
32番.鏡徳寺(茨城県常陸太田市上利員町2084)- 十一面観世音菩薩
33番.寳蔵寺(茨城県水戸市谷田町633) - 大日如来
34番.慈眼寺(茨城県鹿嶋市浜津賀378) - 十一面観世音菩薩
35番.善應寺(茨城県土浦市真鍋3-12-1) - 大日如来
36番.阿弥陀院(茨城県石岡市半田1117) - 阿弥陀如来
特番.法楽寺(茨城県桜川市本木1) - 延命観世音菩薩
00 Horaku-Ji
37番.大輪寺(茨城県結城市結城1139) - 如意輪観世音菩薩
38番.八町観音新長谷寺(茨城県結城郡八千代町八町149) - 十一面観世音菩薩
39番.永光寺(茨城県古河市尾崎954) - 不動明王
39 Eiko-Ji
40番.自性院(茨城県岩井市馬立593-1) - 不動明王
41番.無量寺(茨城県水海道市菅生町5028) - 大日如来
42番.福永寺(茨城県取手市小文間4264) - 毘沙門天 Bishamonten
43番.明星院(茨城県取手市小文間3911) - 延命地蔵菩薩

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千葉県 Chiba

44番.神崎寺(千葉県香取郡神崎町神崎本宿231) - 不動明王
45番.観福寺(千葉県香取市山倉1934-1) - 他化自在天 Take Jizaiten
45 Kanpuku-Ji
特番.銚子満願寺(千葉県銚子市天王台9822-1) - 十一面観世音菩薩
00 Choshi Mangan-Ji 46番.勝覺寺(千葉県成東町松ヶ谷2058) - 釈迦如来
46 Shokaku-Ji
47番.千葉寺(千葉県千葉市中央区千葉寺町161) - 十一面観世音菩薩
47 Chibadera
48番.弘福院(千葉県袖ヶ浦市長浦駅前3-8-2) - 不動明王
49番.新宿不動堂(千葉県木更津市新宿12-15) - 不動明王
49 Nijuku Fudo-Do
50番.圓鏡寺(千葉県富津市八幡358) - 大日如来
51番.不動院(千葉県富津市竹岡364) - 不動明王
52番.久原寺(千葉県君津市西猪原243) - 聖観世音菩薩
53番.長泉寺(千葉県君津市大井39) - 不動明王
54番.圓明院(千葉県君津市山本1535) - 不動明王
54 Enmyo-In
55番.円如寺(千葉県君津市小市部127) - 大日如来
55 Ennyo-Ji
56番.補陀落山那古寺(千葉県館山市那古1125) - 千手観世音菩薩
. 56 Nakodera, Nagodera, Nakoji, Nago-Ji .
57番.真野寺(千葉県丸山町久保587) - 千手観世音菩薩

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神奈川 Kanagawa 菩提の道場 (東京都・神奈川県)

58番.妙音寺(神奈川県三浦市初声町下宮田119) - 不空羂索観世音菩薩
59番.飯盛山青蓮寺(神奈川県鎌倉市手広769) - 弘法大師 Kobo Daishi
59 Shoren-Ji
60番.大山寺(神奈川県伊勢原市大山724) - 不動明王・十一面観世音菩薩
60 Oyamadera, Daisan-Ji
61番.清徳寺(神奈川県愛川町三増1730) - 大日如来
62番.兒桧山華蔵院(神奈川県相模原市相原6-19-13) - 阿弥陀無量壽如来
62 Kazo-In
63番.慈高山金剛院(東京都八王子市上野町39-1) - 不動明王
63 Kongo-In
64番.岩子山千手院(東京都町田市小野路町2057) - 千手観世音菩薩
64 Senju-In
65番.薬王山福泉寺(神奈川県横浜市緑区長津田町3113) - 薬師如来
65 Fukusen-Ji
66番.鴨居山林光寺(神奈川県横浜市緑区鴨居2-4-1) - 不動明王
. 66 Rinko-Ji .
67番.佛法山東漸寺(神奈川県横浜市都筑区佐江戸町2240) - 不動明王
. 67 Tozen-Ji .
特番.川崎大師平間寺(神奈川県川崎市川崎区大師町4-48) - 弘法大師
. 00 Kawasaki Daishi Heigen-Ji .



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東京都 Tokyo

特番.高野山東京別院(東京都港区高輪3-15-18) - 弘法大師
. 00 Koyasan Tokyo Betsu-In / "Koyasan Tokyo Branch Temple" .
特番.西新井大師總持寺(東京都足立区西新井1-15-1) - 十一面観世音菩薩・弘法大師
00 Nishiarai Daishi Soji-Ji
68番.田村山安養寺(東京都日野市万願寺4-20-8) - 阿弥陀如来
68 Anyo-Ji
69番.医王山常性寺(東京都調布市国領町1-2-8) -薬師如来
69 Josho-Ji
70番.神龍山井口院(東京都三鷹市上連雀7-26-26) - 薬師如来
. 70 Iko-In 井口院 .
71番.愛宕山即清寺(東京都昭島市宮沢町2-36-6) - 不空羂索大忿怒明王
71 Sokusei-Ji
72番.塩船観音寺(東京都青梅市塩船194) - 十一面千手千眼観世音菩薩
72 Kannon-Ji

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埼玉県 Saitama 涅槃の道場 (埼玉県)

73番.光明山圓照寺(埼玉県入間市野田158) - 阿弥陀如来
73 Ensho-Ji
74番.圓通寺(埼玉県比企郡川島町畑中761) - 馬頭観世音菩薩 Bato Kannon
74 Entsu-Ji
75番.岩殿山安楽寺(埼玉県比企郡吉見町御所374) - 聖観世音菩薩
75 Anraku-Ji
76番.錫杖寺(埼玉県川口市本町2-4-37) - 延命地蔵菩薩
76 Shakujo-Ji
77番.東陽寺(埼玉県北葛飾郡松伏町下赤岩532) - 日切不動尊 Higiri Fudo
77 Toyo-Ji
78番.延命院(埼玉県春日部市立野431) - 阿弥陀如来
78 Enmei-In
79番.雨寶寺(埼玉県久喜市北青柳45) - 不動明王
79 Uho-Ji
80番.南蔵院(埼玉県久喜市菖蒲町新堀2585) - 不動明王
80 Nanzo-In
81番.慈眼山正法院(埼玉県久喜市菖蒲町上栢間2767) - 不動明王
81 Shobo-In
82番.金乗院(埼玉県加須市阿佐間1055) - 阿弥陀如来
82 Konjo-In
83番.龍泉寺(埼玉県熊谷市三ヶ尻3712) - 不動明王
83 Ryusen-Ji
84番.正福寺(埼玉県深谷市瀬山141) - 阿弥陀如来
84 Shofuku-Ji
85番.長善寺(埼玉県深谷市小前田1452) - 大日如来
85 Chozen-Ji
特番.無量山西光寺(埼玉県秩父市中村町4-8-21) - 千手観世音菩薩
00 Saiko-Ji
86番.宥勝寺(埼玉県本庄市栗崎155) - 不動明王
86 Yusho-Ji
87番.華蔵寺(埼玉県深谷市横瀬1360) - 大日如来
87 Kezo-Ji
88番.妻沼山歓喜院(埼玉県熊谷市妻沼1627) - 大聖歓喜天
88 Kanki-In, Kangi-In


. Kōyasan Tōkyō Betsuin 高野山東京別院 .
港区高輪3-15-18 - Tokyo, Minato ward, Takanawa


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. Shikoku Henro Temple List 四国遍路  .

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. Gyoki Bosatsu 行基菩薩 (668 - 749) Saint Gyōki .


. Gofunai 御府内八十八ヶ所霊場 Pilgrimage to 88 Henro Temples in Edo .
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Seiho Kannon Pilgrimage 西方三十三所観音霊場

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江戸西方三十三所観音霊場

21 temples of this pilgrimage are in Tokyo, 港区 Minato ward and two in 渋谷区 Shibuya ward.
The pilgrimage was established around 1730 is mentioned in old scripts like 東都歳事記 Tokyo Saijiki.

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01 順了寺(廃寺)港区麻布森元町 -
02 考寿院 港区愛宕2-8-7 - 観世音菩薩
03 寿慶院(廃寺)円福寺支院
04 長久寺 港区愛宕1-3-8真福寺内
05 天徳寺 港区虎ノ門3-13-6 - 聖観世音菩薩
06 陽泉寺 港区赤坂1-11-9 聖観世音菩薩
07 永昌寺 港区六本木2-1-20
08 大泉寺 (六本木より移転)八王子市大和田町7-13-1 - 聖観世音菩薩
09 祟巌寺 港区六本木6-1-24

10 光専寺 港区六本木7-14-12
11 深光寺 港区六本木7-14-6
12 台雲寺 渋谷区恵比寿1-18-1
13 法音寺 港区芝4-6-17 - 聖観世音菩薩
14 春林寺(廃寺)港区三田4-1
15 済海寺 港区三田4-16-23
. 15 Saikaiji 済海寺 Saikai-Ji .
16 玉鳳寺 港区三田4-11-19 - 聖観世音菩薩
17 貞林寺(瑞正寺に合併)港区三田 - 魚籃観世音菩薩 Gyoran Kannon
18 林泉寺 港区三田4-3-20 - 如意輪観世音菩薩
19 大信寺 港区三田4-7-20

20 浄閑寺(魚藍寺) 港区三田4-7-21 - 魚籃観世音菩薩
21 一声剣(廃寺)道往寺内 - 聖観世音菩薩
. 21 道往寺 Doo-Ji .
22 道往寺 港区高輪2-16-13 - 千手観世音菩薩
. 22 道往寺 Doo-Ji .
23 引接院(廃寺)高輪泉岳寺そば
24 黄梅院 港区高輪1-27-21 - 十一面観世音菩薩
25 興雲院 港区高輪1-24-6広岳院 - 十一面観世音菩薩
26 西照寺(芝白金より移転)杉並区高円寺南2-29
27 正源寺 港区白金2-7-19
28 専心寺 港区白金2-1-43 - 観世音菩薩
29称念寺 港区南麻布3-9-2

30 遍照寺 港区南麻布3-4-6
31 円福寺 渋谷区東2-6-16宝泉寺
32 専称寺 港区元麻布3-1-37
33 長谷寺 港区西麻布2-21-34 - 十一面観世音菩薩

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