Ōsu Kannon Temple is one of my favorite places in Nagoya. Other It is such a popular temple in the city that many people visit it during holidays. They also have a lot of Doves flying around, and people can choose to feed them. During holidays and local festivals, the temple grounds usually have Food Stalls lining up. Foods in these food stalls are quite affordable. The best thing about visiting Ōsu Kannon is the fact that the Ōsu Kannon shopping district is just right next to it. So basically, you can go shopping right after you marvel at the beauty of the temple. How convenient is that?
Daxu Guanyin Temple, also known as Zhenfu Temple, is officially named "Baosheng Temple of Zhenfu Temple in Kitano Mountain". The library contains 15,000 ancient books, including copies of ancient records, and is known as "the three major classics of Japan". The Daxu Guanyin Temple was originally built in Qifu County by Sir Nengxin in 1324. When Kam Gong of Tokugawa built Nagoya City, he moved the Daxu Guanyin Temple to Nagoya's present address. There is a large group of pigeons at the gate of the temple. They can buy corn to feed pigeons. On the opposite side is Daxu Commercial Street. They can also visit it when they come out of Guanyin Temple.
Takasu Avalokitesvara Temple is a free and open place. There are many Japanese visitors coming to it. Next to it is a commercial street. There are Japanese monks at the gate. I don't know if they are ascetic monks or not. They will ring the bell in their hands every other minute. Business street is very busy, there are many shops with Japanese characteristics, and the local people go to a lot. Because I just returned to Nagoya from Hokkaido, I think Daxu Commercial Street is more interesting than Liuxiao Road in Sapporo. Here snack shops, 100 yuan shops, fashion shops, cosmetics shops, clothing stores, there are many elements, more colorful.
One of the good places for shopping in Nagoya: Daxu Guanyin Commercial Street. There are various specialty restaurants and small boutique shops suitable for young people. The price is suitable. At the end of the street is Daxu Guanyin, which has a local market style. Most of the people who are situated between residential buildings pray for good luck. The last time I came here, it was dark. I finally saw my real body, Gunai.
Daxu Guanyin Temple is located at Daxu Guanyin Station on Changshan Line of Nagoya Metro. It arrives in a few minutes after leaving the station. Daxu Guanyin Temple is magnificent and beautiful. There are many pigeons searching for food beside the temple. It adds another beautiful scene to Guanyin Temple. It is really worth visiting.
Japanese shrines seem to be everywhere and can be worshipped everywhere. This is probably the busiest one. Because on one side there is Guanyin Street, which is very busy and crowded. The site of Guanyin Temple is not big, and it seems that it is also worshipped by Guanyin in the South China Sea. Wash your hands, invest money, make a wish, and your wish will come true. There are many pigeons in the field, and they are quiet.
Avalokitesvara temple is the three major Avalokitesvara temples in Japan. Avalokitesvara temple is not big in the Dasushi Shop Street. It is well-behaved and does not require free tickets to visit, so it can enjoy fragrance. It is said that more than 90 [% of Japanese believe in Buddhism, and Japan is also a country of Buddhism.