This temple, established by Kobo Daishi to pray for the safety and the happiness of the people in 821, is a 15-minute walk fromTakidanifudo Station. The temple is dedicated to Fudo Myo-o Deity and along with the attendants of Kongara-doji and Seitaka-doji, carved with a ritual of bowing three times before carving each part, are registered as National Important Cultural Property. It is also known as the god of the eyes and the prosperous Fudosan, and many people visit the shrine to pray for prosperous business, good luck and road safety on the 28thof each month which is considered as the day of good fortune.
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