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Hashikuraji Temple

This temple was built in the year 828 by Kukai as a special head temple of the Omuro School of the Shingon Sect. Every morning and evening prayers are chanted, and the vegetarian temple food is very popular.
* Special "Goma" prayers (Jan. 1-3)
* Hoshi-kuyo memorial service (Feb. 3 and three other times)
* Grand festival, lucky mochi throwing (April 12, Nov. 12)
* Hashi-kuyo memorial service

Information

Fee Accommodations -one night, two meals: 5,000 yen and up;Lunch: 1,500 yen and up (reservations required)
Address 1006 Kuratani, Shuzu, Ikeda-cho, Miyoshi-shi

Contact

Tel 0883-72-0812
URL http://www.hashikura.or.jp/

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