Hōzen-ji Temple, Osaka
Categories: Landmarks, Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
In the midst of a bustling city and neon lights, Hōzen-ji Temple offers some quiet respite. Founded in 1637 by a monk named Kinnun, the temple honors the god of fury, Fudomyoo. Devotees come to worship and splash the deity, resulting in a thick layer of soft moss covering the statue. A stone-paved alley surrounds the small shrine, while numerous restaurants, pubs, and bars nearby keep the ambiance vibrant. Highlights include a stone tablet and signs with haiku poems by artists and poets who used to frequent the area. See Hōzen-ji Temple and all Osaka has to offer by arranging your trip with our Osaka trip itinerary planner.
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位於道頓堀其中一條小巷的角落，地理位置好方便，只係道頓堀太多橫街小巷，如果無留意好易行過咗。 在鬧市中的寺廟，個感覺都幾特別，又幾熱鬧，值得去睇下。 特別想提到旁邊的夫婦善哉紅豆湯，背後個故事幾浪費，天氣凍時食碗熱辣辣紅豆湯暖下身都好舒服。
人ごみの中、ちょっと一人で居たい時、彼女としっぽり話でもしたい時。重宝します。独特のセキジャク感に包まれた空間です。When you want to be in the little person in the crowd, and if you are want to talk. Come in handy. It is surrounded by Seki Jack's unique sense of space.show original
Quiet, quaint, almost hidden. Cool
Cute little temple in the middle of the busy city.
NICHOLAS POON SIEW YIK
Lovely small temple.
Very small temple, but it is interesting to watch people when the spread water over the stone figure.
Inuse KuroyanagiAlways from locals at tourist visitor is crowded with many people. When in the water hanging fudoson long columns. You can occasionally find the cat in your environment.show original
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