Despite the rather small main gate, the precincts were quite spacious. The hanging plum trees were blooming nicely.
The old guides of the sacred temples of Shikoku mention the existence of the “Furo-no-matsu (Ageless pine tree)”, a pine tree planted by Kobo-Daishi that is over 1,200 years old. It is less than 4 meters high but 17 to 18 meters in diameter, and is designated as a natural monument by the prefecture for its impressive appearance, which looks like two sedge hats lying over together. However, it was killed by pine beetles and was cut down in 2002. The pine tree was used to carve the Kasamatsu Daishi.
|Dedicated to||Dainichi-Nyorai (大日如来)|
|Founded by||Gyoki-Bosatsu (行基菩薩)|
|Denomination||Shingon-sect Zentsuji-group (真言宗善通寺派)|
|Mantra||おん あびらうんけん ばざらだどばん|
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