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2018/05/08

Jichi, Jitchi Juji Bosatsu

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Jichi Bosatsu 十地菩薩 Juji - 10 stages of a Bodhisattva
十地菩薩誓 / 菩薩の十地



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十地(じっち、じゅうじ)は、
菩薩が修行して得られる菩薩五十二位の中、下位から数えて第41番目から第50番目の位をいう。十廻向の上位であり等覚より下位にあたる。上位から法雲・善想・不動・遠行・現前・難勝・焔光・発光・離垢・歓喜の10位がある。

仏智を生成し、よく住持して動かず、あらゆる衆生を荷負し教化利益する様子が、大地が万物を載せ、これを潤益(にょうやく)することに似ているから「地」と名づく。

法雲地(ほううんじ)
智慧波羅蜜を成就して修惑を断じ、無辺の功徳を具足して無辺の功徳水を出生して虚空を大雲で覆い清浄の衆水を出だすためにいう。平等の原理と差別の人間とが一体となった、平等即差別、差別即平等の真如の世界。

善想地(ぜんそうじ)
力波羅蜜を成就して修惑を断じ、十力を具足し一切処において可度不可度を知り、よく説法する位。一切の修行を完成した大慈大悲の菩薩が、真理の世界から具体的な事実の世界に働きかけ個々差別の衆生を救済する。

不動地(ふどうじ)
願波羅蜜を成就して修惑を断じ、無相観を作(な)し、任運無功用に相続する位。大慈大悲の心を起す。

遠行地(おんぎょうじ)
方便波羅蜜を成就して修惑を断じ、大慈悲心を発し二乗の自度を遠離する位。十十無尽の境地に入る。この位は第二阿僧祇劫の行を終えたとする。

現前地(げんぜんじ)
智慧波羅蜜を成就して修惑を断じ、最勝智慧を発し染浄の差別なきを現前せしめる位。不退転の位で決して後戻りせず、必ず仏になる確信を得る。

難勝地(なんしょうじ)
極難勝地ともいい、禅定波羅蜜を成就して修惑を断じ、真俗二智の行相互いに違異なるを和合せしめる位。四諦の法門の外に大乗の法門を学び、利他行に取り組む。

焔光地(えんこうじ)
焔慧地ともいい、精進波羅蜜を成就して修惑を断じ、智慧を熾盛に光らしめる位。個々の物に対する執着心を離れ、その功徳として四方を照らす。

発光地(はっこうじ)
忍辱波羅蜜を成就して修惑を断じ、諦察法忍を得て智慧を顕発する位。精進の結果、その功徳として光を放ち十種の法明門を行う。

離垢地(りくじ)
戒波羅蜜を成就して修惑を断じ、毀犯の垢を除き清浄ならしめる位。十の善を行い、心の垢を離れる。

歓喜地(かんぎじ)
菩薩が既に初阿僧祇劫の行を満足して、聖性を得て見惑を破し、二空の理を証し大いに歓喜する位。仏法を信じ、一切衆生を救済しようとの立願を起こし、ついには自らも仏になるという希望を持ち歓んで修行する。
- source : wikipedia

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Juji - In Japanese, the ten stages are:
1) kangiji (the stage of joy in benefiting oneself and others)
2) rikuji (the stage of freedom from all defilement)
3) hakkoji (the stage of emmitting the light of wisdom)
4) enneji (the stage of radiating wisdom)
5) nanshoji (the stage at which one is difficult to conquer)
6) genzenji (the stage at which reality is manifested before one's eyes)
7) ongyoji (the stage of going far)
8) fudoji (the stage of being immovable)
9) zenneji (the stage of attaining expedient wisdom)
10 hounji (the stage when one can spread the Dharma, like a cloud)


- source : Helen Josephine Baroni -



The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Zen Buddhism

Helen Josephine Baroni

Over 1,700 alphabetically-arranged entries cover the beliefs, practices, significant movements, organizations, and personalities associated with Zen Buddhism.


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. Roku Jizō 六地蔵 Roku Jizo, Six Jizo Statues .
Chiji Jizō 地持地蔵
and in a different naming:
Jizoo Bosatsu, Hooshuu Bosatsu, Hoosho Bosatsu, Hooinshu Bosatsu, Jichi Bosatsu und Kengoi Bosatsu.


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. 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 .


. 薬師如来 Yakushi Nyorai 薬師如来 Bhaisajyaguru - ABC .


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



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2016/08/18

Buzenbo Tengu

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Buzenboo, Buzenbō 豊前坊 Buzenbo, Buzen-Bo Tengu
彦山豊前坊 - Hikozan Buzenbo, Fukuoka


. Hikosan 英彦山 / 彦山 Hikosan Shrines, Fukuoka and Oita .
英彦山 ひこさん - the old spelling is 彦山.
The main deity of the mountain is Hikosan Gongen 彦山権現.
Hikosan shinkō 英彦山信仰 Beliefs and practices associated with Mt Hiko
The shrine-temple complex known as Hikosan Gongen became Hikosan Shrine, the Buzenbō became Takanushi Shrine, and Hannyakutsu became Tamaya Shrine.
Gongen of the Twelve Places (Hikosan jūnisho gongen)
wakudo iwa わくど岩 the Frog Rock



Buzenbo is a shrine hall on the north-east side of Mount Hiko.
豊前坊 高住神社

栃の実のつぶて颪や豊前坊
tochi no mi no tsubute oroshi ya Buzenboo

chestnuts fall
like stones blown by the strong wind -
Buzenbo Hall


. Sugita Hisajo 杉田久女 .
Hisajo liked the area and even climbed to the peak of the mountain.

There is a large chestnut tree near this memorial stone.



Hikosan no garagara 英彦山のガラガラ
clay bell clapper against insects

They are a kind of clay bell (Hikosan dorei 英彦山土鈴), said to be the oldest ones used by the Shugendo ascetics.


Some even had a Tengu goblin mask on the bell.


There are three famous HIKO mountains 彦山 in Japan:

Formerly "Hiko" was written with the characters 日子, meaning "child of the sun"; in the first half of the ninth century, during the reign of the Emperor Saga, it was changed to the single character 彦, and then again to 英彦, its present designation, in 1729, at the order of the Retired Emperor Reigen. According to the Kamakura-period Hikosan ruki, the Gongen of the Three Places of Mt Hiko (Hikosan sansho gongen) was composed of Mt Zokutai in the south (Shaka), Mt Hottai in the north (Amida) and Mt Nyotai in the center (Thousand-armed Kannon).

. Hikosan Jinja 英彦山神社 .
Hikosan is the second highest mountain in Fukuoka.

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source : nichibun.ac.jp/YoukaiGazou
一魁齋芳年(月岡芳年)

彦山豊前坊。眉毛が濃く、目玉は丸い。鼻は大きく、頬と顎にひげを生やしている。白い上着と袴を身に着け、青と白の結袈裟を掛けている。のけぞって、やや上方に目を向けている。

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彦山豊前坊はどこからやって来た?
豊前国の田川郡(福岡県)と中津市(大分県)の境にある英彦山(ひこさん/古くは彦山)は古代からの霊山(神体山)で、熊野の大峰山、出羽の羽黒山とともに「日本三大修験山」に数えられます。
ご祭神の天忍穂耳命がアマテラスの息子であることから、「アマテラス=日(太陽)」の「子」で「日子(ひこ)山」と呼ばれ、それが彦山、英彦山となったということです。
- source : fushigi-chikara.jp/sonota -

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「日の子と天狗の山・英彦山」
修験道と天狗の山、英彦山。新潟県の弥彦山、兵庫県の雪彦山とともに「日本三彦山」に数えられています。日の子である神をまつっていたので「日子山」。それがヒコサンになり彦山に。さらに江
戸時代天皇から「英」尊号を受けて英彦山になりました。ここには日本を代表する天狗、豊前坊もいます。
・大分県中津市と福岡県添田町とにまたがる。
- Read the longer explanation here:
- source : toki.moo.jp/gaten -

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天狗のご神体
北九州合馬地区護聖寺、三岳城主長野氏が菩提寺として国東泉福寺の和尚を招き開山。
国東の神仏習合に同じく、裏手に神社がご神体はなんと天狗さん、
「英彦山豊前坊」が神人となって現れたという。
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The Momoyama period daimyo 大名 Kobayakawa Takakage 小早川隆景 (1532-90)
supposedly held dialogues with the tengu king Buzenbou 豊前坊 (Buzenbo) on Mt. Hiko 彦.
The Tengu of Mout Hiko appears out of the mist to enlighten the swordsman Kobayakawa Takakage, in this print by Yoshitoshi.


(Print featured at the Yoshitoshi Ukiyo-e Web Gallery in the Ghost Series).
小早川隆景彦山ノ天狗問答之図


Says Goodin:
“What I found most interesting was that the scene was shown from the tengu's perspective, that is, from his side of the mist. Through breaks in the mist, Kobayakawa can be seen sitting composed ready to receive the tengu's message while his men recoil in fear.”
- source : Mark Schumacher


Kobayakawa Takakage 小早川 隆景 (1533 – July 26, 1597)
a samurai retainer of Toyotomi Hideyoshi during Japan's Sengoku period, and the son of Mōri Motonari. Adopted by the head of the Kobayakawa clan, Takakage took his name, and succeeded his adoptive father to become head of the Kobayakawa clan following his death in 1545.
As head of the Kobayakawa clan, he expanded the clan's territory in the Chūgoku region (western Honshū), and fought for the Mōri clan in all their campaigns; for a time, he also opposed both the great warlords Oda Nobunaga and Toyotomi Hideyoshi. He later swore loyalty to Hideyoshi, however, and entered his service; he was then awarded domains in Iyo Province on Shikoku and Chikuzen Province on Kyūshū, totalling 350,000 koku.
Takakage took part in Hideyoshi's invasions of Shikoku, Kyūshū, and Korea, and adopted Kobayakawa Hideaki, formerly an adopted son of Hideyoshi, and named him successor to the clan.
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¨天狗部隊¨を紹介致します- 航空自衛隊 築城基地
尾翼には天狗のマーク
- Look at airplanes with this Tengu in Fukuoka
- reference : minkara.carview.co.jp -

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. 四十八天狗 - 48 famous Tengu of Japan .

. Tengu 天狗と伝説 Tengu legends "Long-nosed Goblin" .

. - yookai, yōkai 妖怪 Yokai monsters - .

. Legends and Tales from Japan 伝説 - Introduction .

. Mingei 民芸 Regional Folk Art from Japan .

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2015/01/28

Bake Jizo Monster

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Bakejizo, Bake-Jizo 化け地蔵 / 化地蔵 Jizo as a yokai monster
obake Jizoo お化け地蔵 O-bake Jizo


. yookai 妖怪 Yokai Japanese Ghosts and Ghost Stories .
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by Mizuki Shigeru


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地蔵菩薩は釈迦の入滅から弥勒仏の下生までの無仏時代に衆生済度を受け持つ菩薩として奈良時代あたりから信仰され、末法思想のさかんだった平安中期以降に地蔵信仰はとくに広まった。
路傍や墓地の入り口などに立つ、頭を丸め、身に衲衣、袈裟をまとう僧形の石地蔵は「お地蔵さん」と呼ばれ、最も馴染みのある仏様といえる。しかし、あまりに馴染みのあるせいか、仏様であるにもかかわらず、古くなった道具が化ける付喪神のごとく化けるという話が聞かれることがある。
遠州白須賀(静岡県浜名郡湖西町白須賀)の潮見坂にある石地蔵は、夜な夜な化けて出るとの噂があった。そんなある年、この村を訪れた若い浪人が化地蔵のことを耳にして、その噂を確かめに潮見坂に赴く。すると六体ある石地蔵のうち一体がたちまち大きな一つ目入道となった。そして赤い舌をぺろりと出し、大声で笑った。浪人がすぐさま斬りつけると、化け物は悲鳴をあげて消え去った。翌朝になって確かめると、石地蔵の一体が肩から斜めにに斬りおろされて倒れていたという。

Stone Jizo in Shogin-Ji Taito Tokyo
また、東京都台東区橋場の松吟寺内にある「お化け地蔵」は背丈が3m近くもある、他に例を見ない巨大な石地蔵である。その昔、白井権八なる武士がこの地蔵の陰に隠れて辻斬りをやり、地蔵に向かって「知らんふり」しろと言ったところ、「お前こそ人に言うでないぞ」と答えたという。.
- source : shigege.blog89.fc2.com

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Obake (Bogy) Jizo



Once upon a time, this area was within the premises of Sosenji Temple. The bogy Jizo is located at a corner of the Sosenji Temple and initially it was called "baby-raising Jizo." But the Jizo, an image in stone, had a large hat and a large height of more than 3 m. So, some people said that the hat moved in direction, and then they used to call it obake (bogy) Jizo.
According to the foundation stone of the Jizo, it is recorded that the Jizo was built in 1721 and broken into two pieces after the Great Kanto Earthquake but it was repaired with the head portion replaced.

松吟寺 Shogin-ji Temple, 2 chome 5-3, Hashiba Tokyo
- source : taito-culture.jp/city


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Japanese Ghost story, the impossible-to-count Bake Jizo

Rows of dozens of stone statues representing Jizo Bodhisattva
can be found frequently in Japan, but during my travels across Japan I found a few of them really special. One example is the row of statues from the Kanmangafuchi Abyss in Nikko, a wonderfully beautiful place: the Jizo are lining the trail through the forest, along the raging river … The foliage was thick and the path was a bit mysterious, especially since it was in the evening and the light was starting to fade.

But the feeling was caused by their story:



It is said that these Jizo were donated by the followers of Bishop Tenkai and that originally there were 100 statues. After a flood in 1902, some of them were destroyed or taken by the water current.
But until today, nobody knows for sure how many Jizo are in this valley… because the legend says that each time they were counted - the result was different.
That’s why they are called Bake Jizo, meaning “Ghost Jizo".

The reasonable explanation: since many statues were destroyed, some of them are completely missing, others are only a pedestal or a pile of broken rocks, but can still be counted . . .
- source : muza-chan.net

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. Legends and Tales from Japan 伝説 - Introduction .

................................................................................. Fukushima 福島県

In the 田村郡 Tamura district, 小野町 Ono
主に正月に、家の中で1人の子が目を瞑って中央に座り、周りで5、6人が唱え言を唱え囃し立てる。やがて中央の子が体を揺らし始め、地蔵さんが乗り憑いたとわかる。色々な質問に答えてくれ、気持ちのよい子、欲得のない子には地蔵さんが憑きやすかった。

................................................................................. Kanagawa 神奈川県
津久井郡 Tsukui district 城山町 Shiroyamamachi

In front of the Bakejizo of 尻無沢 Shirinashizawa (now 都井沢 Toizawa) a fox shapeshifted into a beautiful woman, carrying fallen leaves in a basket on her head. A man who passed along saw her true features and tried to kill the woman/fox. Soon after that he became very ill. He had to say 百万遍念仏 the Nenbutsu Prayer for 10000 times to get well again.

. 地蔵菩薩と狐と伝説 Legends about Jizo Bosatsu and kitsune Foxes .


................................................................................. Nagasaki 長崎県

In 平戸市 Hirado - ヤコ憑き yakotsuki
ある爺さんが煮干製造所で鰯干しの竿をお地蔵様のガン首に結びつけたら、地蔵さんがひっくり返った。爺さんは地蔵さんをカワの中に投げ込んだので、ヤコ憑きのようになって口走ったという。


................................................................................. Shiga 滋賀県
蒲生町 Gamo town

. A fox shape-shifted into 地蔵 Jizo Bosatsu .

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- reference : nichibun yokai database 妖怪データベース -

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2013/02/23

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. Birds, Six birds of Paradise 浄土の鳥 .


. Bon, お盆 O-Bon Ancestor Festival in August .
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. bonkyoo 梵篋 box for special sutras. .
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. bonnoo, bonnō 煩悩 Bonno, hyakuhachi bonno 百八煩悩 .
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. Bosatsu 菩薩 The Bodhisattva group of Buddhas .


Buddhist Art and Architecture in Japan -
Buddhism - Oxford Bibliographies
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. busshi 仏師 Buddhist Sculptors Gallery .

. Busshoo-e 仏生会 Buddha's Birthday Celebration .
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. bussokuseki 仏足石 Buddha's Footprints .


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