Kukai Temple (April 4, 2015)
The name is also the Kukai temple.
Not much is known near Todaiji Temple
There is a temple of the shop of the Kobo Daishi.
Location: 167-cho, Nara-shi, Nara
Principal Image: Nana Jizo-son
Kaiki: Kobo Daishi
The Temple: Yamato Northern 88 Sacred Sites
The Kukai temple is the principal image of Koan, a Buddhist Jizo-son of Kobo Daishi.
It is thought that it begins to have enshrined in the cave.
The Jizo Bodhisattva statue of principal image is popularly called the hole Jizo.
Kobo Daishi, who returned from Tang Dynasty, has been in the 14th generation of Todai-ji temple for four years.
Therefore, the relation with Todai-ji is deep, and there is a cemetery of the cultural person of the University temple past and Nara.
You can park in parallel parking in front of the gate.
The gate is closed, and the atmosphere that the average person does not willingly enter.
If you push ping-pong and ask for the Red Seal, please enter.
There is a graveyard from the gate to the main hall.
I don’t like this kind of thing.
The main hall is privately held and the principal image is enshrined once every sixty years.
[Jizo Juwang Stone Buddha]
The statue and Jizo were carved in relief from the left and right of the light.
If you look closely at the pedestal, you can read yada Jizo.
It seems to have been transferred from yada-ji in the Meiji era.
Original article source:https://blog.goo.ne.jp/05100625777/e/8d933ac6023cf002180acd2775160a21
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