buddhism

  1. Zuisenji

    Zuisenji

    Kinbyōzan Zuisen-ji (錦屏山瑞泉寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Rinzai sect in Nikaidō's Momijigayatsu Valley in Kamakura.
  2. Zuisenji

    Zuisenji

    Kinbyōzan Zuisen-ji (錦屏山瑞泉寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Rinzai sect in Nikaidō's Momijigayatsu Valley in Kamakura.
  3. Zuisenji

    Zuisenji

    Kinbyōzan Zuisen-ji (錦屏山瑞泉寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Rinzai sect in Nikaidō's Momijigayatsu Valley in Kamakura.
  4. Zuisenji

    Zuisenji

    Kinbyōzan Zuisen-ji (錦屏山瑞泉寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Rinzai sect in Nikaidō's Momijigayatsu Valley in Kamakura.
  5. Zuisenji

    Zuisenji

    Kinbyōzan Zuisen-ji (錦屏山瑞泉寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Rinzai sect in Nikaidō's Momijigayatsu Valley in Kamakura.
  6. Zuisenji

    Zuisenji

    Kinbyōzan Zuisen-ji (錦屏山瑞泉寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Rinzai sect in Nikaidō's Momijigayatsu Valley in Kamakura.
  7. Zuisenji

    Zuisenji

    Kinbyōzan Zuisen-ji (錦屏山瑞泉寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Rinzai sect in Nikaidō's Momijigayatsu Valley in Kamakura.
  8. Zuisenji

    Zuisenji

    Kinbyōzan Zuisen-ji (錦屏山瑞泉寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Rinzai sect in Nikaidō's Momijigayatsu Valley in Kamakura.
  9. Zuisenji

    Zuisenji

    Kinbyōzan Zuisen-ji (錦屏山瑞泉寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Rinzai sect in Nikaidō's Momijigayatsu Valley in Kamakura.
  10. Zuisenji

    Zuisenji

    Kinbyōzan Zuisen-ji (錦屏山瑞泉寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Rinzai sect in Nikaidō's Momijigayatsu Valley in Kamakura.
  11. Zuisenji

    Zuisenji

    Kinbyōzan Zuisen-ji (錦屏山瑞泉寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Rinzai sect in Nikaidō's Momijigayatsu Valley in Kamakura.
  12. Shinbutsu bunri - the separation of Shinto and Buddhism

    Religion Shinbutsu bunri - the separation of Shinto and Buddhism

    Historically, the term "shinbutsu bunri" (神仏分離) refers to the policy of the Meiji government (1868-1912) of separating Shintō and Buddhism in order to re-establish the divine status of the emperor as prescribed by Shintō belief. Some members of the Meiji government were influenced by kokugaku...
  13. Langxi Daolong

    Langxi Daolong

    Known by his Japanese name Rankei Dōryū, Langxi Daolong was the founder of Kenchō-ji. The hanging scroll with ink and pigments on silk came from Kenchō-ji and is preserved at the Kamakura Museum.
  14. Thousand-armed Avalokitesvara

    Thousand-armed Avalokitesvara

    Statue of the Thousand-armed Avalokitesvara (Senju Kannon) originally worshipped at Kencho-ji and now on display at the Kamakura Museum. It was made as a supplication for the recovery of the ailing regent Hōjō Tokiyori.
  15. Twelve Divine Generals

    Twelve Divine Generals

    One of the Twelve Divine Generals that belong to the Bhaisajyaguru Triad displayed at the Kamakura Museum. The dog statue was created in the Kamakura Period. He has inlaid eyes made of crystal.
  16. Kenchoji

    Kenchoji

    Kenchō-ji (建長寺) is a Rinzai Zen temple in Kamakura, Kanagawa. Here, the view of the temple from Hansobo.
  17. Kenchoji

    Kenchoji

    Kenchō-ji (建長寺) is a Rinzai Zen temple in Kamakura, Kanagawa. Here, Hansobo Shrine (半僧坊).
  18. Kenchoji

    Kenchoji

    Kenchō-ji (建長寺) is a Rinzai Zen temple in Kamakura, Kanagawa. Here, Hansobo Shrine (半僧坊).
  19. Kenchoji

    Kenchoji

    Kenchō-ji (建長寺) is a Rinzai Zen temple in Kamakura, Kanagawa. Here, tengu statues protecting the Hansobo.
  20. Kenchoji

    Kenchoji

    Kenchō-ji (建長寺) is a Rinzai Zen temple in Kamakura, Kanagawa. Here, the stairs leading to Hansobo (半僧坊).
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