The strolling garden of Gansui-no-niwa in Raigo-in Temple!, a set on Flickr. One of the sub-temples of Sennyu-ji temple, Raigo-in temple, was reportedly founded by Fujiwara Nobufusa when the court noble became a devout believer in Rev. Gatsuo, the 4th generation abbot of the Sennyu-ji temple, and donated a sub-temple to the high priest. The wooden sitting image of Kojin Continue reading «The strolling garden of Gansui-no-niwa in Raigo-in Temple!»Read more ›
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Hiden-in Temple: Imperial Temple for Prayer!, a set on Flickr. One of the sub-temples of Sennyuji Tmeple, “Hiden-in” was originally a welfare facility for the needy, elderly and orphaned children, and was built in the capital city like Nara before Kyoto became the capital in 794. During the Heian period (794-1192) two Hiden-in existed, one in the East, and the Continue reading «Hiden-in Temple: Imperial Temple for Prayer!»Read more ›
Kaikoji Temple Founded by Saint Donsho Ninritsu!, a set on Flickr. Saint Donsho Ninritsu constructed Kaikoji Temple, which is one of the subtemples of Sennyuji Temple, on the West side of Kyoto Station in 1228 after he came back to Japan from China (called Song in those days). After that, the temple was relocated a number of times. It has Continue reading «Kaikoji Temple Founded by Saint Donsho Ninritsu!»Read more ›