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Suzumebayashi Kannon

更新日:2017年02月27日

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Suzumebayashi Kannon at Raiden-san Hoyo-ji temple (Tendai sect) is the twenty-ninth of Aizu's thirty-three Kannon pilgrimage sites. This temple—one of the oldest in Aizu—was built in 720 by Tokudo Shonin. Before the priest Tokuitsu founded Enichi-ji temple and began to actively spread Buddhism in Aizu, it flourished as the center of the area's Buddhist culture. At first the Kannon-do hall was on the west side of the village. However, it and its statues burned down in an 807 fire. It was subsequently rebuilt at its current location by Tokuitsu, and enshrines two eleven-faced Kannons. These two Kannon statues are the main objects of worship of the Kannon-do Hall, and are revered by locals. The temple's “Kachu Butsu,” a Buddhist statue that was carbonized due to fire, is a hibutsu that has been placed in a miniature shrine, and is thus not viewable by the public.

Information for Suzumebayashi Kannon

  • Address: 3554 Aza-san-ban-yamashita, Suzumebayashi, Aizumisato-machi, Onuma-gun, Fukushima-ken 969-6274, JAPAN
  • MAP
  • Fee: Entrance Free
  • Regular holiday: Open Everyday
  • Phone: +81-(0)242-56-4882 (Aizumisato-machi Tourist Association)
  • Remarks: Large buses (with up to 45 passengers) may enter into the village. Larger buses can not. So, please park and wait at the entrance of the village.

Access

By Car

  • 30-minute drive from Aizuwakamatsu IC
  • 20-minute drive from Shintsuru PA (Smart IC: ETC System Only)

By Rail

  • 30-minute walk from Negishi Station (JR Tadami Line)

Jump to East Japan Railway Company

By Bus

  • 30-minute walk from 'Shintsuru Onsen' bus stop ()

Jump to Aizu Bus

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