This year will be unique for guests who come to Tenjo-ji sanctuary on 1-15 August 2019. The explanation, this time might be the opportunity a few times in life to see the Buddha statue taken cover behind the mystery entryway of Tenjo altar.
Tenjo Shrine is situated in the Rokko Mountains, unequivocally at Mt. Maya (Kobe, Hyogo Prefecture), Japan. The sanctuary was established by Hodo Sennin, an Indian cleric who was on the sets of Emperor Kotoko to be committed to Maya-Bunin, the mother of the Buddha. Maya-Bunin whose name was named the mountain turned into an image of the introduction of the kid.
Behind the entryway that is just opened once in 33 years right now are 3 Buddha statues 11 faces Avalokitesvara, Acala, and Vaisravana.
Avalokitesvara or that in the Japanese language called Kanzeon is a Bodhisattva that has exemplification the idea of sympathy. Acala, known as Fudo Myo-O, is respected by the Buddhist conventions of Japan, for example, Shingon, Zen, and Nichiren. In the mean time, Vaisravana is alluded to as Bishamonten in Japanese Buddhism and is one of the significant figures in it.
For whatever length of time that the sanctuary entryway was opened from 9:00 to 17:00, the Buddhist minister would give guidance three times each day at 10:30, 12:00, and 14:00. There are additionally selective product and stamp Shuin to praise this minute.
Address: 2-12, Mayasan, Nada-ku, Kobe-shi, Hyogo