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Totomi Province Ichinomiya Oguni Shrine

 totouminokuni itinomiya okuni shrine

The first shrine in the Enshu region as Okuni Jinja. With a history of over 1460 years, the precincts are famous for their autumn colors.

Totouminokuni Ichinomiya Okuni Shrine

39561 Ichinomiya, Mori-machi, Shuchi-gun, Shizuoka

Hattasan Soneiji Temple

hattasan soneiji temple

The principal image of the Shokanzeon Bodhisattva is widely known as the Apotropaic Magic Kannon. Together with Kasuisai Temple and Yusanji Temple in the same Fukuroi city, it is called Enshu Sanzan. Niomon is a nationally designated important cultural property.

​ Hattasan Sonei-ji Temple

​ 2777 Toyosawa, Fukuroi City, Shizuoka Prefecture


Manmatsuyama Kasuisai

banshousan kasuisai temple

It was named Kasuisai because the chief priest fell asleep in front of Ieyasu at a temple related to Ieyasu Tokugawa. During the Edo period, it controlled the Soto sect temples in Mikawa, Totoumi, Suruga, and Izu. The Akiha Sanshakubo Daigongen, which was relocated from Mt. Akiha in the 6th year of the Meiji era, is also enshrined.

Akiha Sohonden Kasuisai

2915-1 Kuno, Fukuroi City, Shizuoka Prefecture

Iouzan Yusanji Temple

iouzan yusanji temple

Here is worshiped as a pharmacist for healing eye diseases. The principal image of Yakushi Nyorai, the mountain gate to which the Imperial Palace of Kakegawa Castle was moved, and the three-storied pagoda are nationally designated important cultural properties. The Shoin was relocated from Yokosuka Castle.

Sacred mountain of eyes Yusanji

​ 1 Muramatsu, Fukuroi City, Shizuoka Prefecture

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