A temple that seems to be floating in space! As one of the many temples of Mitu Mountain Road, it is located in the vertical depressions on both sides of the cliff, making it feel like it is hanging in the air. In the past, many ascetics climbed the sacred mountain on the trail, savoring its elegant structure and the tranquility it provided.
In order to protect the environment, it is best not to climb on crutches or spikes, so that those who like to look far can enjoy it at nearby observation points.
Nice, nice place! Very meaningful place
According to legend, more than 800 years ago, Okubo, the retainer of the Japanese General Gen Yoshito, came here to pray for the revival of Genji. He met a white wolf on the way and did not kill it. Later, he dreamed that the white wolf told him an old tree nearby. There is a hot spring under the tree, which is the origin of the Sanchao hot spring.
After the most dangerous national treasure decided to visit Japan, I asked a lot of friends to do some strategies. My friend said that in addition to Nagoya and Mount Fuji, I must visit this magical temple if I have a chance to go to Japan. This is known as the most dangerous national treasure in Japan-Santoku Sanbutsu Temple·Shutang Hall. A floating temple in the sky: As soon as we reach Sande Mountain, we can see this magical temple. The Devotion Hall is located in the depression on both sides of the cliff. It is built vertically. It looks very majestic and looks as if it is floating in the air. The road up the mountain is also very severe. I heard that many ascetic monks climbed from here before. The temple looks very solemn, and it feels like living in a monk. Registration is required to go up the mountain: because the mountain is steep and difficult to walk, the registration office at the bottom of the mountain will be told that it is forbidden to go up the mountain alone, and various climbing equipment will be provided. At the foot of the mountain, you will see a sign that says "Six Gentle Cleansing", which must be a reminder to tourists. In order to protect the environment, it is best not to wear climbing shoes. We are not really devout mountain climbers, but we were lucky enough to meet the host. In front of the temple, there are 108 Buddhist beads, turning the beads, wishing that the troubles of the three lives will disappear.
Santoku Santokudo is also known as the most dangerous national treasure in Japan. The entire temple is located in a cliff cave at an altitude of 520 meters. Its construction method is still a mystery. No one knows who built this 1300-year-old temple and how it was built. According to legend, in ancient times, a cultivator planted three lotus petals, hoping to fall to the place where he was destined to the Buddha, but one of them fell on Sande Mountain. A monk with powerful magic power cast the temple between the cliffs, so it is called the temple. To go up to the mountain where the temple is located, you must register, because the next journey is not sightseeing but "practice". You can only go up the mountain at the designated time, and for safety reasons, it is forbidden to go up the mountain alone. At the registration office, in addition to providing all kinds of climbing equipment to remind all practitioners to pay attention to safety, there is also a sign indicating "six cleanliness". The person who enters the mountain puts his palms together and bows down, and the six roots are clean, so that they can practice. We did not really practice mountaineering, but we were lucky enough to meet the abbot of Sanfo Temple. In front of the temple, turn 108 prayer beads, and the beads fall soundly. May the troubles of the three lives disappear.