There are many large and small shrines and temples in the Arima area, and this hot spring temple (another name is Yakushiji), which was built over 700 AD, can be regarded as ancient. Legend has it that many people come to Ma Onsen to cure diseases, so enshrining Yakushi Nyorai here also means praying for the elimination of the virus. It is in line with Japanese tradition. The temple itself is also magnificent nearby. The area is not small, and the scripture hall is very tall. There is a special introduction card at the door to introduce the history. Unfortunately, it was too late when I came, and there was no chance to go in.
Not a big, clean place, it feels good to appreciate the scenery from a high place
During the Nara period, people believed that hot springs could cure diseases, and the monk Xingji built a temple here. Later, Hideyoshi Hideyoshi visited here and held a tea party to make Arima more prosperous! [Scenery] Very beautiful! [Fun] Hot spring culture! [Cost-effective] high!
A more famous local temple, quiet and leisure.
Kinosaki Onsen Temple, Okato City, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan.
[Scenery] Very beautiful!
[Fun] Places for religious activities.
At the end of the route to Gin no Yu ( Silver Water Public Bath House ) Stands this magnificent Bhuddist temple . Local visiting will throw some coins in a box , hit the gong once clap both hands an...