It's five minutes'walk from Yandao Shrine. If you have not finished visiting the Shrine, you might as well walk. The monastery is not very tall. It can go up to the main hall in about 15 minutes. There are many small stone Buddha statues on both sides of the path. It is very interesting.
After visiting Yandao Shrine, we will go forward to the Grand Sacred Court. When we enter the courtyard, we will see many small Arhats discharged along both sides of the road. Every little Arhats is charming with a small red cap on their heads, which is very lovely. It is said that Buddha from India is worshipped here, so it is called "Yard "instead of "shrine ". But I have also heard another saying, this is a water demon worshipped, they usually hide in the water, when someone passes by, they grab people's feet and drag them into the water, eating people's five viscera and six arms. Water demons are so cute, so I believe the former.
If you walk up Mt. Mishan, you will pass through the Great Sacred Court. The surrounding environment and air are very comfortable, and you can appreciate the seriousness and quietness of the ladder. The hall is very clean and tidy. It doesn't see garbage or smell burning incense. It's really a good place to visit.
For foreigners, it may be interesting because the monastery is very commercial. There are many recreational Buddha statues in it. It is just a large collection of toy Buddha statues of Taobao 9 pieces and 9 packages. I saw several foreign women happily taking pictures one by one. But I don't think it's too fresh. I think these things are often seen in taxis, railway stations and tourist attractions.
Also in Miyagi Island, it is a Taoist Temple of Zhenyan Sect. Although it is not famous for Yandao Shrine, the Grand Sacred Court also has many places to visit. The official name is the Great Sacred Temple of Duoxi Mountain and Water Jingsi.
Miyama, one of Japan's three scenic spots, is a must-see place to Hiroshima. On the way from Big Bird House to Miyama, it will pass through the Grand Sacred Temple. It has a strong atmosphere of traditional Japanese Buddhist temples. The scenery is very good. People with or without this belief can go and see it.
Basically, it's a place worth visiting, but it's more like a real religious place than a tour. Most Japanese who come here don't take photos, just visit everywhere, respectfully.
The oldest monastery in Miyagi Island, which mainly worships the eleven-sided Guanyin cockroaches, the seven-blessing gods and the immovable Ming King, is worth visiting.
The area of the courtyard is a little large, the scenery is good and very quiet.
It's worth visiting here. It's very special. It must be a worthwhile trip.