By the time I arrived at Butsumoku-ji, it was snowing quite much that I felt it was a bit of a problem to worship.
The Butsumoku-ji has a rare thatched bell tower. It was bit troublesome for me that it was snowing quite a bit… However, a temple with snow on top is a beautiful thing to see.
It was actually nice to visit a quiet temple on a snowy morning with no one around. However, I was bit worried if they open Nokyo-jyo where they offer temple stamp even though it is said that it’s open from 7:00. But there was no problem 🙂
|Dedicated to||Dainichi-Nyorai (大日如来)|
|Founded by||Kobo-Daishi (弘法大師)|
|Denomination||Shingon-sect Omuro-group (真言宗御室派)|
|Mantra||おん あびらうけん ばざらだどばん|
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|Next temple||No.43 Meiseki-ji (10.6 Km away)|
|Previous temple||No.41 Ryuko-ji (2.6 Km away)|