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Specially the Hell Door fire Ceremony
It s so special , full of energy and really unique
Look like there is 5 ceremony times per day
I did it on Holy day and what I saw what so spiritual
Take time and have a look...More
There is a special 'Goma-prayer', the Goma-fire ceremony, coming in the nine
century from Tibet. It is the very impressive solemn ceremony with prayers
and music, including huge drum sounds. It gives your heart and mind to be washed.
There are prayer wheels, observed in...More
You can see lots of kinds of Buddhas here. You can enter the inside of this temple without charge. There are hundreds of Buddhas. I have never seen so many kinds of Buddhas in just one place. And they sell many kinds of lucky charms....More
This un known jem rated to 202 should be in the top five things to do in Tokyo. Every two hours from 9 o’clock they invite the public for free. This in itself is unusual. The sermon takes about an hour but is outstanding. In...More
Fukagawa fudodo is the place where we prey for their ancestors and has been blessed by a priest.
This temple was impressive and a nice mix of old and new. As foreigners not partaking in the religious aspects of the temple, it was interesting to see a lot of activity of people coming and going, praying, and even getting married. This is not...More
Situated behind Monzen-Nakacho Subway station, at the end of a row of small artisan shops, is this amazing Buddhist temple. Time your visit around one of the fire ceremonies which take place every 2 hours beginning at 9.00am. Make sure you have time to take...More
This place wasn’t originally on our schedule but we heard about the Goma fire ceremony and thought we’d check it out as something different. What an amazing experience that turned out to be one of the things we considered a highlight of our trip to...More
This is a very isomeric ceremony of the Shingon , coming in the 9 century from Tibet , getting some twists and variations. The main ceremony is the purification by fire . A fire is lit and everybody can go and purify his belongings. A...More