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Futagoji Temple, Kunisaki

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is a Tendai Buddhist temple in Kunisaki, Ōita Prefecture, Japan. It is located on the slopes of Mount Futago, the highest mountain on the Kunisaki Peninsula. The temple was established in 718 by Ninmon and became the central temple of Rokugō-Manzan (六郷満山).The temple precincts are a Prefectural Historic Site included within a Special Zone of the Setonaikai National Park.Treasures Seated wooden statue of Amida Nyorai (late Kamakura period) (Prefectural Cultural Property) Stone tō (Kamakura period) (Prefectural Cultural Property) Pair of wooden masks (1618, 1770) (Prefectural Cultural Property) Stone tō (Nanbokuchō/Muromachi period) (City Cultural Property) Stone tō (1468) (City Cultural Property) Stone tō (Muromachi period) (City Cultural Property) Stone Niō (1814), 245 and 230 cm (City Cultural Property) Wooden statue of Jūichimen Kannon Wooden statue of Fudō Myōō Raigō painting
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  • Oita Kotsu sightseeing bus "kunisaki peninsula historical tour ' in the visit. Go see at a quick pace Auditorium, Deva, heard the tale of the priest gomado in less time then it can only could. Slowly wonders of the inner sanctuary shrine and futago mountain tour, visited by individuals 1-it is necessary to stay 2 hours.
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  • A variety of everything, seems to be different. Located in the middle of the kunisaki peninsula, and then once again good luck?
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  • It is a temple of the Tendai sect located in kunisaki peninsula is almost in the Middle both child mountain slopes. Your environment is clean and has become both child mountain trails. I've heard great tales of the priest in the gomado (main hall). When spoken in the humorous is helpful. The inner sanctuary shrine further up the stone steps from gomado. Behind the inner sanctuary shrine cave, is gushing spring water in baptism of the perpetual youth and longevity.
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  • Access is good, unique atmosphere.
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