JAPAN PHOTOS by Philbert Ono

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People coming to Takahata Fudoson temple on Feb. 3, Setsubun day.
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Takahata Fudoson temple entrance 高幡不動尊
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The setsubun bean-throwing starts with a memorial service, then a procession of the bean throwers and priests.
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Priests in setsubun procession within the temple grounds.
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Priests in setsubun procession within the temple grounds.
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Priests in setsubun procession coming through Niomon Gate
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Priest blowing a conch shell
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Priests in setsubun procession coming through Niomon Gate
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Festival beauties included.
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Temple priest
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Sanmon Gate 山門
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Names of the bean throwers.
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Hosenji temple in Nakano-ku, Tokyo. Belongs to the Shingon-shu Sect, Buzan School. 宝仙寺
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Start of setsubun bean throwing (mamemaki) by minor celebrities. 豆まき
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Hondo hall 本堂
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Miss Nippon
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Hondo hall 本堂
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Miss Nippon throw beans, but not very far.
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Kobo Daishi statue
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Kimono beauties and beans do mix well.
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Inside Hondo hall 本堂
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Women in kimono is a must on Setsubun day.
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Inside Hondo hall 本堂
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Minor female idols also on hand to throw beans.
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Three-story pagoda 三重塔
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節分会に吉井怜、三津谷葉子、福下恵美が豆まく
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Goeido Hall housing Kobo Daishi image. 御影堂
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Bikini idols Yoshii Rei, Mitsuya Yoko, and Fukushita Megumi throwing beans on Setsubun
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Temple grounds as seen from the Hondo Hall
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After the first bean-throwing session.
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Pagoda and pile of setsubun boxes
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Wooden boxes containing the beans (peanuts) and mikan tangerines to be thrown to the crowd.
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Crowd waits for another bean-throwing session
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People crowd in front of the Horinkaku
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Ceremony area
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Bean throwers make speeches.
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Warrior monk procession 僧兵行列
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It is unusual or unique to see such a procession for Setsubun. 僧兵行列
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Miss Nippon somethings
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In 1951 when they were rebuilding the temple destroyed by the war, they found some items which were supposedly used by a warrior monk. 僧兵行列
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Throw the beans farther!
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So from 1953, as part of the Setsubun ceremonies on Feb. 3, they started this procession of people dressed as warrior monks.
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Fuku wa uchi!!
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They are not real warrior monks. Monks do not go to battle as they once did centuries ago. Also see the video at YouTube. 僧兵行列
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Setsubun bean throwing at Takahata Fudoson temple, Hino, Tokyo
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Rear view
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Setsubun bean throwing at Takahata Fudoson temple, Hino, Tokyo
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Warrior monks entering Hosenji temple. 僧兵行列
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Even Hello Kitty threw beans for Setsubun at Takahata Fudoson temple, Hino, Tokyo
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This man must be the leader.
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Yoshii Rei and Mitsuya Yoko
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Blowing a conch shell. One of the signals of battle.
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Bikini idols Yoshii Rei, Mitsuya Yoko, and Fukushita Megumi throw beans a second time.
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The warrior monk costume is interesting. The collar makes them look bigger and more fearsome. 僧兵行列
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Sadly, lot of people (especially those way in the back) didn't get any beans.
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The procession started at 3:30 pm at a nearby shrine.
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Missed beans get crushed on the ground. These are dried soybeans.
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They arrived Hosenji at around 4 pm.
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Entrance to the daruma fair.
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Memorial service 柴燈大護摩供
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Daruma dolls for sale on the same day as Setsubun
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Daruma
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Large daruma at Takahata Fudoson temple, Hino, Tokyo
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Daruma
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Instrument players
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The path is lined with daruma doll vendors
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柴燈大護摩供
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Daruma dolls
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Setting afire
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柴燈大護摩供
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People line up to receive mikan
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Daruma
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Daruma
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Here you go.
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Bean-throwing started at 4:30 pm. 豆まき
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Bean throwing is called mame-maki. 豆まき
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Even this was unusual since they were also throwing mikan tangerines. 豆・みかん(?)まき
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People at the very front are not ignored.
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A tangerine hitting your head is probably painful.
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Tangerines are easily squished in your hands (juice squirting out) if you catch one.
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Also see the video at YouTube.
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Belonging to the Shingon Buddhist sect founded by Kobo Daishi, Kawasaki Daishi Temple is one of the Kanto Region's Big Three Shingon temples (other two being Narita-san in Chiba and Yakuoin in Mt. Takao).Officially named Heikenji Temple, Kawasaki Daishi worships Kobo Daishi (弘法大師), the founder of the Shingon Sect.
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Kawasaki Daishi Temple is near Kawasaki Daishi Station on the Keikyu Daishi Line that starts from Keikyu Kawasaki Station.
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The short walk from Kawasaki Daishi Station to Kawasaki Daishi Temple is lined with souvenir shops.
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Many daruma shops along the way. These daruma are designed like a boar since 2019 was the Year of the Boar.
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Daruma dolls.
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Tanuki dressed for Setsubun, complete with beans.
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Turn right at the intersection.
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Entrance to Daishi Nakamise shopping arcade leading to Kawsaki Daishi Temple. 大師仲見世
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Daishi Nakamise shopping arcade to Kawasaki Daishi has more souvenir shops.
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Daishi Nakamise shopping arcade leads to the temple.
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Daishi Nakamise is famous for rock-candy cutting (Tontoko Ame). They use a knive to cut the long sliver of candy on a wooden cutting board to make a loud chopping noise.
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Lots of daruma shops
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Daruma shop
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Daruma with eyes to be painted in.
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Daruma
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Beckoning cats or maneki-neko.
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Getting closer to Kawasaki Daishi.
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Dai-Sanmon Main Gate rebuilt in 1977. 大山門
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Belonging to the Shingon Buddhist sect, Kawasaki Daishi is one of the most popular Buddhist temples in Kanagawa Prefecture. Official name is Heikenji (平間寺). Almost 3 million people worship here during New Year's. It worships Kobo Daishi (弘法大師), the founder of the Shingon Sect.
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Giant paper lantern hangs in the Dai-Sanmon (Main Gate).
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Under the giant paper lantern.
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Behind the giant paper lantern.
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One of the Four Heavenly Kings inside the Main Gate. 四天王像
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One of the Four Heavenly Kings inside the Main Gate. 四天王像
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Water basin.
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Water basin with a lotus flower.
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Ema tablet for the Year of the Boar in 2019.
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Path to main worship hall 大本堂
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Kawasaki Daishi Temple, Dai-hondo main worship hall and incense burner in front. 大本堂
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Incense burner
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Kawasaki Daishi Temple, Dai-hondo main worship hall 大本堂
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Kawasaki Daishi Temple, Dai-hondo main worship hall 大本堂
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Kawasaki Daishi Temple, Dai-hondo main worship hall 大本堂
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Kawasaki Daishi Temple, Dai-hondo main worship hall 大本堂
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Kawasaki Daishi Temple, Dai-hondo main worship hall 大本堂
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Inside Dai-hondo main hall at Kawasaki Daishi. Kobo Daishi (Kukai 774-835), the founder of the Shingon Buddhism is enshrined. The Goma kito fire prayer is held here a few times every morning and afternoon. 大本堂
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Kawasaki Daishi Temple, Dai-hondo main worship hall 大本堂
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View from the Dai-hondo main hall.
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Feb. 3, 2019 was Setsubun, the traditional day marking the start of spring even though it's still cold as winter.
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Setsubun started with a religious ceremony inside the main temple at about 1:15 pm. The priests and bean throwers paraded into the temple.
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節分会
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This is actress Kanda Uno waving. Setsubun at major temples usually have a few celebrities. 神田うの
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Temple priests standing by to enter the temple.
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Priests proceed to the main temple.
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They did the goma fire ritual inside the temple where they burn wooden tablets to cleanse your soul.
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Names of the Setsubun bean throwers on Feb. 3, 2019 at Kawasaki Daishi.
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After the religious ceremony, group photo of the priests (head priest in the middle wearing orange) and bean throwers.
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To be a Setsubun bean thrower, you have to pay money to the temple. Kawasaki Daishi charges ¥70,000.It includes a nice lunch and a few auspicious souvenirs like a wooden goma prayer tablet, wooden box of lucky beans, folding fan, and sake.
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Group photo of Setsubun bean throwers on Feb. 3, 2019 at Kawasaki Daishi. The head priest is in orange in the middle.
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After the picture-taking, everyone walked to the bean-throwing area.
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On Feb. 3, 2019, Kawasaki Daishi held the Setsubun bean-throwing three times at 11:30 am, 2 pm, and 4:30 pm. I went at 2 pm. This is the temple's lawn named Yasuragi Hiroba. やすらぎ広場
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Kawasaki Daishi Temple grounds is quite large. It has this large field near the main worship hall. Perfect for bean throwing.
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About 7,000 people gathered for each of the three bean-throwing ceremonies. It's free for people to catch the beans.
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Led by priests, the bean throwers entered the site on an elevated platform. 節分会・豆まき
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Of course, the temple needs to take care of some expenses such as those gifts and constructing this platform for the bean throwers. 節分会・豆まき
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Kawasaki Daishi has about 70 people throwing beans each time, so a total of 210 people for the day. ¥70,000 x 210 = ¥14,700,000 income for the temple this day.
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Everyone is filled with anticipation to catch lucky beans.
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Kanda Uno (center) and Dewi Sukarno (right) were the main celebrities throwing beans. They weren't born in the Year of the Boar, but Uno is a native of Kawasaki. Dewi must also have some connection with this temple or Kawasaki.
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川崎大師節分会 豆まき
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Front and center are the Kawasaki Daishi Temple priests.
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At 2 pm, the fun began when they started throwing the beans.
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Setsubun at Kawasaki Daishi Temple. They threw small plastic bags of beans, so they were easy to catch.
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All hands in the air. Setsubun bean-throwing at Kawasaki Daishi Temple on Feb. 3, 2019. 川崎大師節分会 豆まき
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Kanda Uno and Dewi Sukarno throwing Setsubun beans at Kawasaki Daishi on Feb. 3, 2019. Dewi was one of the wives of the first President of Indonesia, Sukarno. She's now a popular celebrity in Japan. 神田うの デヴィ夫人
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Kanda Uno and Dewi Sukarno throwing Setsubun beans. 川崎大師節分会 豆まき
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Kanda Uno and Dewi Sukarno throwing Setsubun beans.
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Kanda Uno and Dewi Sukarno throwing Setsubun beans at Kawasaki Daishi on Feb. 3, 2019. 神田うの デヴィ夫人 川崎大師節分会 豆まき
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Kanda Uno and Dewi Sukarno throwing Setsubun beans at Kawasaki Daishi. 川崎大師節分会 豆まき
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After several minutes, everyone ran out beans. They waved goodbye and left.
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My lucky setsubun beans. It hit my hand in the air and I caught it. I think one of the priests threw it.
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Hanamatsuri, Buddha's Birthday (April 8). This small baby Buddha statue was placed inside the main hall at Kawasaki Daishi.
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Hanamatsuri at Kawasaki Daishi.
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Hanamatsuri, pouring sweet tea over the baby Buddha.
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Serving sweet tea for free for all.
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Octagonal 5-story pagoda at Kawasaki Daishi Temple. 八角五重塔 (中興塔)
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Octagonal 5-story pagoda at Kawasaki Daishi Temple. 八角五重塔 (中興塔)
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It's a ferro-concrete building with no windows nor observation deck or balcony.
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The pagoda symbolizes Dainichi Nyorai (Mahavairocana).
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Entrance to octagonal 5-story pagoda (Photos not allowed inside). It's a ferro-concrete building with no windows nor observation deck or balcony.
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Octagonal 5-story pagoda 八角五重塔 (中興塔)
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The sacred statues or images worshipped in the Octagonal 5-story pagoda.
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About the Octagonal 5-story pagoda.
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Power stones (chikara-ishi) 力石
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About the Power stones (chikara-ishi) 力石
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Fudo-mon Gate and Prayer and Peace Monument 不動門 「祈りと平和」の像
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Prayer and Peace Monument 不動門 「祈りと平和」の像
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Prayer and Peace Monument 不動門 「祈りと平和」の像
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About Prayer and Peace Monument.
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Kobo Daishi statue built in 1973 for the 1,200th anniversary of his birth. 遍路大師尊像
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Kobo Daishi statue (Henro Daishi) depicted as a pilgrim on Shikoku. Pour water on the straw sandals to pray for good health and stamina on long treks. 遍路大師
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Kobo Daishi statue built in 1973 for the 1,200th anniversary of his birth. Kawasaki Daishi Temple. 遍路大師尊像
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Straw sandals. near Kobo Daishi statue.
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Statue of the late sumo wrestler Yokozuna Kitanoumi (1953–2015) as the chairman of the Japan Sumo Association. He was a member of Kawasaki Daishi Temple..
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Statue of the late, great Yokozuna Kitanoumi Toshimitsu at Kawasaki Daishi Temple. Erected on the third anniversary of his death by his family. He was only 62. Kitanoumi was one of the greatest yokozuna. 北の湖銅像
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Statue of the late, great Yokozuna Kitanoumi Toshimitsu. I love sumo, but with the premature deaths of great wrestlers like Kitanoumi and Chiyonofuji in recent years, I've been having ambivalent feelings toward sumo because of how it seriously affects the person's health.
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About Kitanoumi.
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Photo of Kitanoumi as yokozuna.
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Road marker related to Kobo Daishi.
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About the Road marker.
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About the Road marker.
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About Kobo Daishi.
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Yakushiden Hall dedicated to Yakushi, the Medicine Buddha. Built in Nov. 2008. 薬師殿
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Yakushiden Hall 薬師殿
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Yakushiden Hall 薬師殿
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Crossing Yasuragi Bridge over Tsuru-no-Ike Pond. やすらぎ橋
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Tsuru-no-Ike Pond つるの池
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Statue of Gautama Buddha. 降魔成道釈迦如来像
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Yasuragi Bridge over Tsuru-no-Ike Pond. It dispels evil and brings good fortune. やすらぎ橋
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Yasuragi Bridge over Tsuru-no-Ike Pond. やすらぎ橋
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Nihon Hyaku Kannon Reijo Osunafumi Sanpaijo (Sand Stepping Worship Field of Hundred Kannon Temple of Japan). Sand from 100 Kannon temples in Japan are here. 日本百観音霊場お砂踏み参拝所
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Japan's 100 Kannon Buddhas in relief.
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Side of the main hall.
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Ahead is the temple office and Shinto Kaikan (Followers Hall) on the right. 信徒会館
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Rooftop jewel on Shinto Kaikan (Followers Hall). 信徒会館
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Incense burner in front of Fudodo Hall dedicated to Fudo Myo-o. 不動堂
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Fudodo Hall dedicated to Fudo Myo-o. 不動堂
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On the way to the main hall is this Kyozo Sutra Repository. (経蔵)
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About the Kyozo Sutra Repository. (経蔵)
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Inside Kyozo Sutra Repository. Stores 7,240 books of Kenryuban Daizokyo. Built in 2004. (経蔵)
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Statue of Shaka Nyorai in the Kyozo.
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Inside Kawasaki Daishi's Kyozo Sutra Repository, Buddhist paintings on four sides on the ceiling. Tells the story of how Buddhism came to Japan from India via China and Korea.
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Inside Kawasaki Daishi's Kyozo Sutra Repository, Buddhist painting on the ceiling.
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Some of the 7,240 books of Kenryuban Daizokyo.
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Ogoma Uketsukejo is where you can sign up for a goma tablet burning ceremony in the main hall. お護摩受付所・護持志納受付所
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Ogoma Uketsukejo is where you can sign up for a goma tablet burning ceremony in the main hall. お護摩受付所・護持志納受付所
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Goma wooden tablets for sale, ¥5,000 to ¥30,000. The Goma kito fire prayer to burn these prayer tablets is held a few times every morning and afternoon in the main hall. 護摩札
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Seiryu Gengon-do Hall 清瀧権現堂
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Shotoku Taishi-do Hall dedicated to Prince Shotoku Taishi. 聖徳太子堂
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Inside Shotoku Taishi-do Hall dedicated to Prince Shotoku Taishi. 聖徳太子堂
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Used ema tablet and amulet disposal place. They will be burned. 納札殿
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Ema tablet for 2019, Year of the Boar.
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Mari-zuka Monument built in May 1960. Festival is held every May 21 when famous enetertainers perform on a stage. まり塚碑
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Kawasaki Daishi Temple has many monuments. This monument marks Kobo Daishi's 1,150th anniversary of his death.
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Monument for a poem about Kobo Daishi from Sept. 1986.
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Iroha Monument on the left and commemorative tree on the right.
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Tree planted by Princess Mikasa.
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War Recovery Memorial from 1974.
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Looks Korean.
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Bell tower rung a few times a year, especially on New Year's Eve. 鐘楼堂
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Side gate called Fudomon. It used to be the temple's main gate from 1948 to 1977 (when the current main gate was rebuilt) which was lost during World War II. 不動門
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