Nembutsu-dō

Important Cultural Property / 13th century

The Nembutsu-dō, located to the east of the Bell Tower, dates to the Kamakura period, but the tile of the hipped roof is said to have been installed in the late seventeenth century. Housed inside is a Jizō noted for its composure (Important Cultural Property).

Attention

Photography and sketching and using a flashlight are prohibited in the Hall.

Goshuin

Jizo-Bosatsu
(Jizo Bodhisattva)
(Skt. Ksitigarbha)

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