Saturday, June 9, 2018

Meguro Fudoson Rusenji

This Tendai Buddhist temple is dedicated to Fudo Myoo and the home of many festivals throughout the year.  I thought it was interesting because there were so many nooks and crannies with statues and incense burners.  I don't understand their meaning, but I can still appreciate the history and beauty.














It seems like there are always many stairs to climb at temples.






This was the only English sign I saw, but I was glad to read this information.













7 comments:

  1. That looks like a lovely temple set in beautiful peaceful gardens.

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  2. Most temples, and shrines, in Japan seem to be made up of several smaller buildings or statues.

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  3. Wow, lots of interesting architecture, statues and a fountain.
    Looks like a good walk.

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  4. What spectacular sites you've visited--lovely pictures...they all look so serene and quiet...hugs, Julierose

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  5. Firstly, belated birthday wishes!
    So many wonderful things to see when I visit with you, pretty bee keeper stitching too.

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  6. I've visited this temple once. The place was quiet and relaxed visitors.

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