Ri'an Temple, named for the mountain spring scenery with the same name as Hu Ruiquan, was built by King Wu Yue, who lived here in the Ming Dynasty. In the Qing Dynasty, the temples were rebuilt and large in scale. During the War of Resistance Against Japan, the temples were destroyed gradually, and after renovation, they were used for tourists to visit and relax. Walking here, picking up the level, through the rare teak forest, can enjoy the beautiful natural landscape and rich connotation of the human landscape.
The ancient name of the temple is Yongquan Temple, because there is a tiger run spring, known as the "fayuquan" also known as the temple. Located in Hangzhou Jiuxi scenic area Yangmeiling Village, the ancient road. Rian Ji Temple was called 'yuzumi koin' and was named because there was a mountain spring scenic spot called 'hoyusen' along with toraizumi, and the high priest, fushitora Shiozawa, lived here in the Ming Dynasty 5 and was built by King Wu. At the height of the temple, it was a large scale, and the decoration was gorgeous, and it was built in the mountain gate, the imperial monument, the Maitreya dono, the great hall, the imperial hall, the Buddhist hall, the Kurakyo building, the abbot, the Kazumi domain, and the matsuzakaku. The unique architecture and the surrounding landscapes have inspired countless literati and inkmen, leaving many titles here. The Li'an Temple is located in Hangzhou Jiuxi Scenic Area, Yangmeiling Village, beside the ancient road.
Li'an Temple The autumnal Nong Li'an Temple is also called Yongquan Temple, because there is a "Fayuquan" which is as famous as Hupao Spring, also called Fayu Temple. Located beside the ancient road in Yangmeiling Village, Jiuxi Scenic Area, Hangzhou, it is very close to Jiuxi Tobacco Tree.
Hangzhou Li'an Temple is to pass when walking from Jiuxi Yanshu to Yangmeiling on Jiuxi Road. I occasionally caught a glimpse of the Paimen and the deep steps in the dense woods. It feels mysterious behind the trail, but unfortunately it is not open now. Come back After reading the introduction, there is a spring water that is as famous as Hupao. This is the reason to come again next time.
Li'an Temple is a small monastery. It is said that it is a monastery but no monk can be seen. It is more like a landscape. There is a statue of Zen Master Fuhu in the temple, and the story of the eminent monk is recorded! According to legend, during the Five Dynasties, the tigers near Wuyun Mountain were severely damaged. Zen Master Zhifeng, who was practicing hongfa, was determined to tame the tigers. He went to the mountain to beg, and the money he earned was used to buy meat to feed the tigers. The tigers were tamed and tamed over time. He often carried the Zen master back and forth. In the mountains, the world calls him Zen Master Fuhu! After I came back, I missed the information on the Li'an Temple on the Internet and found that this temple has a long history. It has experienced ups and downs from the end of the Tang Dynasty to the present. During the Five Dynasties, the King Wu and Yue built the temple for the Fuhu Zen master; in the Southern Song Dynasty, it was renamed Li'an Temple after Lizong came to the temple for incense; in the fourth year of Hongzhi in the Ming Dynasty, it was destroyed by mountain torrents; in Wanli year, the monk Fayu found the incomplete stone stele and rebuilt it as a jungle temple; During the Chongzhen reign, it became famous in the West Lake Buddhist temple; in the Qing Dynasty, Li'an Temple reached its heyday due to the arrival of Yongzheng and Qianlong, and rebuilt a large-scale temple with precious cultural relics; in the Xianfeng year, the temple was destroyed; in the Tongzhi year gradually Resurgence and decline; the temple was gradually destroyed during the Anti-Japanese Period; until 2001, the Hangzhou Municipal Government and the Bureau of Gardens and Cultural Heritage rebuilt the original landform and foundation on the basis of the original landform and foundation, organically integrated with the Jiuxi tobacco tree landscape, and enhanced the "deep mountain" The artistic conception of "Tibetan Temple" is quiet and natural, and has the ancient meaning of Nanshan.