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2015/07/08

Yakushi Onsen

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Yakushi Onsen 薬師温泉 Hot Springs named Yakushi
Yakushi no Yu 薬師の湯 - Yakushi Yu 薬師湯


. Legends about Onsen Hot Springs 温泉と伝説 .
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. Place Names with Yakushi Nyorai .



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Yakushi no Yu 薬師の湯 / Yakushiyu 薬師湯 Yakushi Hot Spring
お薬師さん 温泉 - Yakushi and Onsen Hot springs

There are various hot springs including the name of Yakushi.

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Here is a growing ABC list of the prefectures.

....................................................................... Aomori 青森県

. Osorezan 恐山 薬師の湯 Yakushi no Yu onsen hot spring .


....................................................................... Gifu 岐阜県

. Gero Onsen 下呂温泉 Gero Hot Spring Spa .
Onsenji 温泉寺 Onsen-ji and Yakushi


....................................................................... Gunma 群馬県

群馬県の薬師温泉 Yakushi Onsen in Gunma

Located in the remotest part of the Asama-Kakushi Onsen Area
3330-20 Motojuku, Higashiagatsuma-machi, Agatsuma-gun, Gunma

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Kayabuki no Sato Yakushi Onsen Hatago
Located in the mountains of Gunma, Yakushi Onsen Hatago realized fairly early on the piece that it was important ? if not essential ? to preserve the traditional elements of a specific locality as much as possible. The owners of the rustic onsen decided to go one step further and make such vestiges the main attraction.



The hotel’s roots can be traced all the way back to the late-18th century, when a monk stumbled across the remote hot spring inn whilst making his spiritual journey across the country. Its trademark hospitality was the same back then as it is now, offering all guests a clean, warm environment, personal attention and simple fresh cuisine.
So idyllic is the location that it’s easy to imagine the monk made a return journey along the same route.
- source : www.yakushi-hatago.co.jp -



....................................................................... Hyogo 兵庫県

Tanba Sasayama Onsen 丹波篠山温泉 - Konda Yakushi Onsen こんだ薬師温泉
(photo at the top of this page)

The Onsen is located on a small hill, on its top is a sanctuary for Yakushi Nyorai.
At the bottom of the hill is the Konda Yakushi Onsen.
One of its hot bath's is made of 丹波焼 Tanbayaki pottery. The outdoor hot bath is made with special stones from the area, 丹波石.


兵庫県篠山市今田町今田新田21-10 - Nukumori no Sato
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....................................................................... Mie 三重県
和歌山県 Wakayama is a related location.

. Oguri Hangan 小栗判官 and Yunomine Onsen 湯の峰温泉 .



....................................................................... Nagano 長野県

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田沢温泉 Tazawa Onsen

yugen gongen, yu no minamoto Gongen 湯源権現 The Deity to protect the Hot Water Well

Once upon a time, this deity appeared in the dream of the ascet En no Gyoja and asked him to built a hot spring in Tazawa. After that he build the small shrine for the deity as protector of the Hot Spring 湯源権現社.
This shrine dates back to the time of 持統天皇 Emperor Jito Tenno (645 - 702).


source : akira_o2ka
湯原権現社 Yugen Gongen、天満天神宮 Tenman Tenjin 、稲荷大明神の石祠 Inari Daimyojin

Also known as the Three Shrine Deities of the Hot Spring 温泉天神社.

To our day, people come here to worship and have a festival on the 88th day 八十八夜 from the beginning of Spring.
It used to be the 8th day of the 4th lunar month, now usually celebrated on May 2.


. En-no-Gyôja 役行者 En no Gyoja, Jimpen Dai-Bosatsu (634 - 701).


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Hashiriyu Gongen 走湯権現 (そうとうごんげん) Soto Gongen, Hot Spring Deity


source : city.atami.shizuoka.jp/page

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Izusan Gongen 伊豆山権現
also called Hashiriyu Gongen 走湯権現

A deity associated with a hot spring which wells up on Izusan 伊豆山, a hill of 166m in Shizuoka prefecture close to the sea coast. A shrine was raised to the deity in the early 9c. In the late Heian period an Esoteric Buddhist mikkyou 密教 temple called Hannya-in 般若院 was built on Izusan.
The sculpture of Izusan Gongen that was the principal image of Hannya-in survives. He originally held a mace shaku 笏 and a halberd houbou 宝鉾. He wears a court hat, court robes, and kesa 袈裟 (Buddhist robes).
This combination expresses particularly well the unity of Buddhism and Shinto shinbutsu shuugou 神仏習合.
In the Kamakura period, Izusan became a mountain used for ascetic practice shugendou 修験道 (see En no Gyouja 役の行者), and was linked with Hakone 箱根 as a pilgrimage destination, receiving government patronage. Izusan remained well known as a shugendo sacred mountain until the early Meiji period, when the site was made Shinto and the Buddhist objects scattered. A Buddhist manifestation honjibutsu 本地仏 of Izusan Gongen is the Thousand-armed Kannon, Senju Kannon 千手観音.
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Yu Gongen Sha 湯権現社 - 宝光寺 - 平井村 - 本地 Incarnation of Fudo Myo-O 不動明王
湯権現社 境内、裏門の辺にあり、 不動の木像を神体とす、 前に出せし温泉鎮護の為に勧請する処なりと云、 鳥居に鹿湯大権現の五字を扁せり、 社前に石灯籠一基あり、 銘に武州多磨郡平井郷塩沢山湯権現宝前、従五位下溝口豊前守源信勝、貞享三丙寅年十一月如意日、溝口源左衛門と鐫す
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Yakushi Kan 薬師館 Yakushi Hotel
at the foot of Mount Asama



The hot spring was founded in the Edo period by the lord of Komuro castle 小諸城. In former timed during the memorial day for Yakushi Nyorai there was a festival where many people met and many young couples found each other.
So to our day this Yakushi is famous for bringing together people.

長野県小諸市菱平7
- source : www.yakushikan.com -

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小諸市 Komoro

Hishinomura no nana fushigi 菱野村の七不思議
Yakushi no koomyoo 薬師湯の光明 the rays of Yakushi

御仏の影やうつると見ゆばかり光清くも澄める御湯かな。
Yakushiyu has been found by 弘法大師 Kobo Daishi Kukai.
And even 源頼朝 Minamoto no Yoritomo has bathed here.


Omachi Onsen - 薬師の湯 Yakushi no Yu

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Yakushi-no-Yu is Omachi Onsen’s main bathhouse.


One of the indoor baths is pure onsen water but the temperature was so low, nobody was bathing in it. Instead, everyone was in the larger indoor bath which is heated and recirculated. The outdoor bath was spacious but would have been more enjoyable if it had a view of the Alps. The outdoor bath made of river rocks is only operating in the summer.
- source : www.go-nagano.net
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松本市 Matsumoto

. Shiraito Onsen 白糸温泉 .


....................................................................... Oita 大分県
Beppu

清寧山 Seineizan Kankaiji 観海寺 - Kankai-Ji

. Onsen Yakushi 温泉薬師 "Yakushi Nyorai of the Hot Spring .
Empress Gensho Tenno 元正天皇 and Yakushi Nyorai 薬師如来



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邇摩郡 Nima district - 温泉津 Yunotsu Hot Spring

Yakushi no men 薬師の面 mask of Yakushi
To have the mask of Yakushi at the tempel 山田寺 Yamadadera laquered anew, the mask was sent to Kyoto to a certain craftsman. This man knew that things made from this tree would eventually make him a rich man, so he made a mask from a different wood and tried to sent it back.
But the mask became very angry about this, so he threw it into the sea and told it to find its way back to Yamadera in 八代 Yashiro. The mask landed at the beach of 温泉津 Yunotsu village. A child picked it up and began to dance with it, when the headman of Yashiro village saw her and took the mask home.
That night he had a dream when the makuragami 枕神 "god of the dream pillow", with the mask appeared by his bedside and told him to bring the mask back to the temple Yamadadera.



....................................................................... Tottori 鳥取県

. Yoshioka Onsen 吉岡温泉 Hot Spring .
The Elder Ashioka 葦岡長者


....................................................................... Wakayama 和歌山県

Hanayama Onsen 花山温泉 Yakushi no Yu 薬師の湯



Kansai's strongest Therapeutic Hydrogen Carbonate Hot Spring Hanayama Onsen Yakushi no Yu is very close to Wakayama Interchange and its features are a high density of active elements and the reddish brown water of an iron carbonate onsen. The water temperature from the source is 26ºC. By alternately soaking in the source bath and the large public bath that is heated to 42ºC, it is possible to obtain even further effects from bathing.
574 Narukami Wakayama City
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- reference : 薬師の湯 / 薬師湯 -

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青葉蔭薬師瑠璃光の出湯とぞ
aobakage yakushi ruriko no ideyu tozo

shade under green leaves -
that's just right for a hot bath
of Yakushi Nyorai


高橋睦郎 Takahashi Mutsuo (1937 - )

the most prominent and prolific male poets, essayists, and writers of contemporary Japan, with more than three dozen collections of poetry, several works of prose, dozens books of essays, and several major literary prizes to his name.
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かつこうや山の湯の薬師さんの白い障子
kakkoo ya yama no yu no yakushi san no shiroi shooji

this cuckoo -
a Yakushi hot spring in the mountains
with white sliding doors


Hagiwara Seisensui 荻原井泉水 (1884 - 1976)
pen name of Ogiwara Tōkichi


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百日紅散る湯の町の薬師堂
sarusuberi chiru yu no machi no yakushi doo

the Yakushi Hall
in a hot spring town
where crape myrtle is scattering


増田善昭 Masuda Yoshiaki


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. Yakushipedia - ABC-Index 薬師如来 .

. Yakushi Nyorai - Legends from the provinces .

. Yakushi Nyorai Pilgrimages 薬師霊場巡り - Introduction .


. O-Mamori お守り Amulets and Talismans .

. Japan - Shrines and Temples - ABC List .


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2014/10/22

Osshin-Ji Gifu

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Osshinji 乙津寺 Osshin-Ji - Umedera 梅寺 "Plum Blossom Temple"
瑞甲山 Zuikozan 乙津寺 Osshin-Ji
鏡島弘法 Kagashima Kobo


岐阜市鏡島1328 - 1328 Kagashima, Gifu Town, Gifu


31 - . 東海三十六不動尊霊場 Tokai 36 Fudo temples .
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one of the three Kobo Daishi Temples in Mino 美濃三弘法

one of the Three Great Kobo Daishi Temples to ward off evil influence
日本三躰除厄弘法 Yakuyoke Kobo
yakuyoke Daishi 厄除大師 Daishi to protect from evil influence and disaster
. - Gofunai Henro Temples .
Nr. 25 - Choorakuji 長楽寺 Choraku-Ji
Nr. 84 - Myoo-In 明王院 Myo-O-In


- Map of the temple compound


- source : www.ccn.aitai.ne.jp


- Chant of the temple
さしおきし 杖も逆枝て 梅の寺 法もひろまれ 鶯のこえ

The temple has been founded by Gyoki Bosatsu in 738.
He carved a statue of Kannon with Eleven Heads and 1000 Arms 十一面千手観音像 and offered prayers.



In 813 Kobo Daishi came here on his travels on behalf of Saga Tenno 嵯峨天皇 and enlarged the temple greatly.

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戒光慧童子 Kaikoe Doji

- Homepage of the temple
- source : www.ccn.aitai.ne.jp/~umedera



. Gyooki Bosatsu 行基菩薩 Gyoki Bosatsu .
(668-749 AD) Gyōki


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source : facebook

. Fudō Myō-ō, Fudoo Myoo-Oo 不動明王 Fudo Myo-O
Acala Vidyârâja - Vidyaraja - Fudo Myoo .



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- Yearly Festivals -

毎月21日午前11時      弘法大師縁日会 大般若会
2月3日午後2時        節分会 星まつり

4月21日~23日       秘仏御開帳 Showing the secret statue

毎月第2日曜日午前9時     写経会
毎月第4日曜日午前9時45分  無縁仏供養



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- Member of other pilgrimages -

東海百観音  -  第52番札所 - Tokai 100 Kannon Temples
美濃西国三十三観音霊場  -    第19番札所
美濃新四国八十八ヶ所霊場 -    第44番札所

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Mino San Kobo 美濃三弘法 3 Kobo Daishi Temples in Mino

01 乙津寺、鏡島弘法 - Osshin-Ji, Kashima Kobo

02 法華時、三田洞弘法 - Hokke-Ji
- - - - - 三田洞の弘法さま Mitahora Kobo / 霊鷺山 Ryuju-San

03 円鏡寺、北方町 - Enkyo-Ji
- - - - - 岐阜県本巣郡北方町北方1345

- source : gifu-walker.mods.jp


. Kobo Daishi Henro Temple List .


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yakuyoke 厄除け to ward off evil
. O-Mamori お守り Amulets and Talismans .


. Fudō Myō-ō, Fudoo Myoo-Oo 不動明王 Fudo Myo-O
Acala Vidyârâja - Vidyaraja - Fudo Myoo .



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. Pilgrimages to Fudo Temples 不動明王巡礼
Fudo Myo-O Junrei - Fudo Pilgrims - INTRODUCTION .



. Japan - Shrines and Temples - ABC .


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2014/10/19

Onzan-Ji Shikoku 18

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Onzanji 恩山寺 Onzan-Ji

. 四国お遍路さん Henro Pilgrims in Shikoku . - General Information -

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Nr. 18 - 母養山 Boyozan 宝樹院 Hoju-In 恩山寺 Onzan-Ji
徳島県小松島市田野町字恩山寺谷40 / Onzanjidani-40 Tanochō, Komatsushima-shi

- Chant of the temple
子を生めるその父母の恩山寺  
訪らいがたきことはあらじな



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Gyōgi founded this temple on the orders of Emperor Shōmu and carved the statue of Yakushi as its honzon. At that time, Buddhist law forbid women getting any closer to the temple than the hill called Hanaori no Saka. Likewise, women were not allowed on Kōyasan or the mountain of Temple 12. In fact, women at the time were not allowed on any of the sacred mountains.

One hundred years later, Kōbō Daishi's mother, Tamayori, came to visit him while he was training here. For seventeen days he performed an esoteric rite at the temple gate. At the end of the seventeen day ritual, the ban against women climbing the mountain was lifted and Kōbō Daishi's mother was allowed to enter the temple precincts. Once she entered the temple, she shaved off her hair and became a nun.

Because Kōbō Daishi took care of his mother after she became a nun, the temple came to be known as Onzanji, a temple of gratitude to one's parents.

Frederick Starr says that Kōbō Daishi's mother's bones are buried here and that Kōbō Daishi carved the statue of himself in the Daishidō.
- source : www.shikokuhenrotrail.com


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by the roadside on the approach to Temple 18, Onzan-ji
source : ojisanjake.blogspot.jp

. Fudō Myō-ō, Fudoo Myoo-Oo 不動明王 Fudo Myo-O
Acala Vidyârâja - Vidyaraja – Fudo Myoo .



. . Pilgrimages to Fudo Temples 不動明王巡礼
Fudo Myo-O Junrei - Introduction .   .


The Five Great Wisdom Kings, Godai Myo-O - 五大明王
. The Five Great Elements of the Universe - 地水火風空の五大 .

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- Two short Haiku Henro Trips, Summer 2005


. 四国お遍路さん Pilgrims in Shikoku . - General Information

Koya San in Wakayama

Kobo Daishi Kukai 弘法大師 空海
(Kooboo Daishi, Kuukai )

Haiku and Henro:
.... . The Haiku Henro Pilgrimage  

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2014/01/12

Okubo-Ji Shikoku

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Ookuboji 大窪寺 Okubo-Ji
香川県さぬき市多和字兼割96

Visiting in 2002, with a bit of "Daruma Hunting".

This is the very last one of the 88 henro pilgrim temples in Shikoku. Pilgrims come here with a full heart, leaving their walking stick kongō-zue as a sign of gratitude to Kobo Daishi, who has walked with them and protected them on the long pilgrimage.





The temple bell and little pilgrim's bells have even been selected as one of the 100 Soundscapes of Japan by the Ministry of the Environment.




Okubo-Ji is located at the foot of two high mountains, symbolizing the two important Mandalas of Esoteric Buddhism.
Mount Nantai is 776 meters high.

The main deity is Yakushi Nyorai 薬師如来, Buddha of healing.

The sacred mantra is
おん ころころ せんだり まとうぎ そわか on korokoro sendari matoogi sowaka

The pilgrim's song is
諸病なかれと願いつつ まいれる人は大窪の寺

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The compounds are huge, with many interesting buildings and other monuments, and a huge Gingko-Tree shadowing it all.





Even the komainu guardian dog is enjoying the cherry blossoms.


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Since it is the last temple of the pilgrimage, you put the walking stick, which is an incarnation of Kooboo Daishi himself, at a special place to rest there.




People also offer small statues of Kobo Daishi to express their thanks.







. Kobo Daishi, Kukai 弘法大師 空海 .


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. 不動明王 Fudo Myo-O, Acala .




The Five Great Wisdom Kings, Godai Myo-O - 五大明王

. The Five Great Elements of the Universe - 地水火風空の五大 .

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The view down the steep valley to the pink cherry blossoms was just breathtaking. On the stone stairway up to the temple was a simple little stone statue of a Hime Daruma (Daruma as a Princess) - at least that is what the statue looked to me.

ISHI Ookubo-ji no Hime


. My Photo Album - Takamatsu 2002 .



Okubo-Ji -
this pilgrim bows
in gratitude


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Since Temple 88 is the last, it signifies your wish has been granted, your vow fulfilled
結願 kechigan, ketsugan .



And on the body of this wooden Daruma is a large sign saying: Kechigan Daruma!
So here again we find a natural combination of Kobo Daishi and Daruma Daishi on the Shikoku Pilgrimage.
These impressive Darumas are made by Mr. Fujii Hiroyuki, Samukawa-Choo Ishida-Nishi 2585-2. 藤井博行 寒川町石田西2585‐2 .The kind lady at the store even checked the telephonebook, but Mr. Fujii was not listed.

. Daruma Hunting in Takamatsu, April 2002 .


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- Two short Haiku Henro Trips, Summer 2005


Henro Pilgrims in Shikoku
. Temple 88 Ookuboji 大窪寺 Okubo-Ji .

. 四国お遍路さん Pilgrims in Shikoku . - General Information

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2013/02/10

OOO

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. Onipedia - 鬼ペディア - Oni Demons - ABC-List - .

. oni - jigoku no oni 地獄の鬼 demons of the Buddhist hell .


. onryoo 怨霊 Onryo. Vengeful spirits .


. oonenbutsu 大念仏 Great Prayer Ceremony for Amida .



. oshi (onshi) 御師(おし/おんし) priest-guides of Oyama .
- distributing haisatsu 配札 special amulets


. Osorezan Taisai 恐山 A Mountain for the Dead . Shimokita Peninsula of Aomori
Lake Usorisan 宇曽利山湖 and river Sanzu no Kawa 三途の川


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