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Enoshima Daishi Temple江の島大師

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A Shingon Buddhist temple located on the island of Enoshima. Enoshima Daishi Temple was founded in 1993 on the site of the previously demolished Enoshima-kan inn as the Kanto branch temple of the Saifuku-ji Temple in Kagoshima Prefecture. The temple’s principal object of worship is a figure of Acala. Located in the main temple building, the solemn red statue stands six meters tall, making it one of the largest indoor depictions of Acala in Japan. Goma ceremonies, in which cedar wood is burned before the figure of Acala, are held periodically, and visitors can come to consult with priests and receive Goma ashes and purifying salts.

place

Kanagawa Pref. Fujisawashi Enoshima 2-4-10

phone 0466502111
place

9:00-18:00

Review of Enoshima Daishi Temple

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2017/11/09 Hidden gem
I’ve visited Enoshima a lot.
But, skipped this temple every time, even though this is along the main path.
Finally today I stopped by.

Priest was reciting Sutra.
Maybe that’s why this place was...
Reviewed:2015/12/24 Excellent Visits 大変お勧め
なかなか貫禄のあるお寺。心を静めるには最適です。

I have been twice, Serene, quiet place.
You can pray, meditate for a shortwhile.
Reviewed:2018/09/02 決して観光名所ではありません。
最福寺の別院とのことですが、ここの住職、池口恵観といいます。新聞で聞いたことありませんか。朝鮮総連の建物を買い取ろうとした人物です。この人、ネットで調べるといっぱい出てきます。観光地ではありませんので、ただ、それだけ。

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Address

Kanagawa Pref. Fujisawashi Enoshima 2-4-10 [map]

Phone

0466502111

Hours
9:00-18:00
Closed
open everyday

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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