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A sitting statue of the Buddhist monk Taashinkyō (他阿真教) dating back to the Kamakura period (1318). He was the founder of the Ji sect.
1,500 Arhat (千五百羅漢 Sen-gohyaku rakan)
Jizō (地蔵), guardians of children
Nihonji Daibutsu (日本寺大仏 Nihon-ji Daibutsu)
One of the 1,500 Arhat (千五百羅漢 Sen-gohyaku rakan)
Asekaki-fudō (あせかき不動), the sweating Fudō. Acala (Sanskrit: अचलनाथ "immovable") is primarily revered in Vajrayana Buddhism. He is seen as a...
A maze of roots
The highest peak of Nokogiriyama
View over Tokyo Bay with Kanagawa visible in the background
"View of Hell" (地獄のぞき Jigoku Nozoki)