During 1.4 Km short walk from No.1 Ryozen-ji, I noticed that there’re some sign posts for walking pilgrims, and it’s pretty easy to find a way to next temple.
There’re pretty big Japanese sedar called Chomei-sugi (長命杉) in Gokuraku-ji. It is said that Kobo-daishi founder of Shikoku Pilgrimage planted it.
There’re relatively small number of pilgrims here, so now I can focus on reciting Sutra by myself. Indeed, it’s quite interesting experience, though I cannot do it well yet.
|Dedicated to||Amida-nyorai (阿弥陀如来)|
|Founded by||Gyouki-bosatsu (行基菩薩)|
|Denomination||Shingon-sect Koya-group (真言宗高野派)|
|Mantra||おん あみりた ていせい からうん|
On Amirita Teisei Karaun
|Next temple||No.3 Konsen-ji (2.6 Km away)|
|Previous temple||No.1 Ryozen-ji (1.4 Km away)|