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Daigakuin Temple (大岳院)

"This ancient Soto Buddhist temple was founded in 1605. Originally the family temple of Nakamura Hikozaemon Kazushige, lord of Numazu Castle in Suruga Province (now Shizuoka Prefecture) and called the Keikyuji, the temple was moved to what is now Yabase when Nakamura was forcibly relocated here by the government. Satomi Tadayoshi, the last lord of Tateyama Castle in Awa Province (now Chiba Prefecture), whose tale served as the basis for Takizawa Bakin's novel ""Nanso Satomi hakkenden"", is buried on the grounds. Eight of his retainers are also buried here, and eight stone statues of dogs face the graves. An ancient Ming China Sancai bowl, which records state was willed to the temple by Satomi Tadayoshi, has been designated a Protected Cultural Property by the prefecture."

place

Tottori Kurayoshi-shi Higashimachi 422 (Kurayoshi / MisasaArea)

phone 0858224541

Review of Daigakuin Temple

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2019/12/23 里見家の墓所
南総里見八犬伝のモデルと言われる里見家の墓所が有ります。なので、境内に犬の像が8体有ります。ただし、お寺そのものにはさほど特色は無かったです。
Reviewed:2019/12/22 南総里見八犬伝の八賢士の墓があるとのこと
倉吉の観光しているときに妙なものを発見。
南総里見八犬伝の八賢士の墓があるとのことでした。
千葉県の南総から倉吉に流されたとのことでした。
大岳院にあるとの案内でした。
Reviewed:2019/10/26 ぶらぶらと。
せっかくなので、土蔵群エリアを抜けてぶらぶらと歩いてここまでたどり着いてみました。それなりに立派なお寺ですが、とくに南総里見八犬伝のファン…というわけでも話を知っているわけでもなかったのでなんとなく見て終わってしまいました。

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Details

Address
Tottori Kurayoshi-shi Higashimachi 422 [map]
Area
Kurayoshi / MisasaArea
Phone
0858224541
Closed
open everyday
Fees
Free
Parking Lot
Available 10 spaces
*Please contact the temple office when using.
Credit Card
Not available
Smoking
Not available
Wi-Fi
Not available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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