It’s called Kekrakuji Temple in Chinese. According to legend, it was built by Prince Shotoku. It is also one of the places where Toyotomi Hideyoshi and Ningning stayed in the hot springs in the Arima area, and the spring where they soaked in the hot springs is now called Tai Pavilion soup.
In fact, there are many small temples and shrines on the ancient street of Arima Onsen. This Kekuraku Temple is hidden deep in the street. It is not particularly conspicuous. If it is not famous in history, I would not pay much attention to it. Unfortunately, I came here. It was getting late, the gate of the temple was closed, and there was no way to get inside.
But it’s not so much a temple, it’s better to say that it’s a cultural relic. There is a sand tree at the door, the one in Indian Buddhist myths and legends. It feels quite deliberate. To be honest, this tree is not very good-looking. There. .