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Second temple: Mt. Nissho Muryoju-in Temple Gokuraku-ji temple

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Dannoue Oasachohinoki, Naruto, Tokushima 779-0225, Japan

The Gokurakuji Temple is a Koya-san Shingon Buddhist temple located in the Oasa-cho Hinoki district of Naruto City; legend has it that the Gokurakuji Temple was founded by the bodhisattva Gyoki during the Konin era (810–824). The temple’s formal name is Nissho-san Muryoju-in. The Gokurakuji Temple is the second temple visited on the Shikoku 88-temple Pilgrimage.

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Meenal Sagar 2 months ago

Sisters 👶 prayers offered.

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Martin Holman 8 months ago

Second temple of the 88-temple pilgrimage on Shikoku Island. It has an small interesting garden.

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Sophie Solioz 12 months ago

It's a nice shrine, there are a few steps to reach the top and it feels like it's really in the middle of the forest. Very peaceful.

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Mike Bottema 2 years ago

Nice City Temple. Very close to #1

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Peregrin RIFIANO 4 years ago

Nice little temple 🙂 Nothing so special about all these temples but the pilgrimage walk could be nice. Walking the 3 first temples was good idea (took me 2-3h), specially if you enjoy being away from the big japanese cities and seing some country side and random casual life of Japan. The garden of this temple is particularly relaxing