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Daizenji Temple大善寺

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Thought to be the place where viticulture (grape cultivation) in Koshu began, this temple is also known as budo-ji (grape temple). The temple's Yakushido Hall still possesses valuable Manjusri and Vaisravana statues donated in the Edo Period by the children of Takeda Katsuyori, who had stayed there. The temple accepts reservations for ascetic practice experiences, viewings of seated meditation, and other activities.

place

Yamanashi Pref. Koushushi Katsunumachoukatsunuma 3559

phone 0553440027
place

9:00-16:30

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Reviewed:2018/12/02 国宝の薬師堂、ブドウ栽培の起源とも
薬師堂は県内で一番古い建物でご本尊の厨子と合わせて国宝に指定されています。

ご本尊の薬師如来像は718年の行基の作と伝わり、手にぶどうを持ち、行基が法薬のぶどう栽培を村人に教えたのが甲州ぶどうの始まりと伝わります。
薬師三尊像は秘仏で5年に一度御開帳があります。

案内係の方から説明を受け、内陣から日光菩薩・月光菩薩・十二神将の像を間近で見ることができます。薬師堂のある境内からは甲府盆地が見渡せ...
Reviewed:2018/10/26 自家製ワインと国宝のお寺
山梨県で一番古い由緒あるお寺だそうです。石段を登って参拝する本堂は桧皮ぶき。こちらのご本尊は手に葡萄を持った薬師如来さま。とても珍しいお姿のご本尊は秘仏で5年に一度しかご開帳がないそうです。本堂でゆっくりお参りした後は、庫裏で自家製ワインをいただきます。
本堂までの石段の途中には葡萄畑があり、ここで取れた葡萄を檀家の方たちと一緒にワインにしているのだそう。甲府盆地を一望できる絶景と自家製ワインでの...
Reviewed:2018/07/23 石段
のさきに本堂がありました、伝説行基、勝沼日本一の、ぶどう産地、ワインをいただけました。敷地内のぶどうばたけで収穫されたとされていました。

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Address

Yamanashi Pref. Koushushi Katsunumachoukatsunuma 3559 [map]

Phone

0553440027

Hours
9:00-16:30
Closed
Irregular holidays
Fees
Adults 500 yen, Konaka High School Students 300 yen
Parking Lot
Available(40spaces)
Credit Card
Not available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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