"SHETA's ROOM" wrapped in POP art, "TERA SAUNA" overlooking the starry sky and the precincts, BBQ and bonfire at "TERA CAMP" on the temple grounds are full of special feeling. Even when using TERA CAMP, you can use the sauna, bath, breakfast and dinner at the shukubo at an additional charge, just like a shukubo.It is also ideal for car pilgrimages.Why don't you find your own view of the world at the temple?
You can enjoy various activities and the atmosphere of the temple in the sauna with a view of the precincts. It is a shukubo on the premises where you can easily participate in the morning memorial service.PLAN CHECK!
Shukubo bath and sauna (extra charge)
It is a temple camp on the temple grounds with a sense of privacy that you can enjoy.
The BBQ and bonfire set provided at the temple can be used free of charge when ordering BBQ (extra charge).
Feel free to enjoy the outdoors.
Shikoku Sacred Ground 37th Fudasho
Iwamoto Temple, which enshrines the principal image of the Goson, is built in Shimanto Town, where the clear stream Shimanto River flows and the Konandai Plateau with an altitude of about 300 m spreads.History goes back to the world of Tenpei.According to the temple, Gyoki Bosatsu, who dedicated the Emperor Shomu's edict, was erected near Niida Myojin, about 3 km northwest of his current location, in prayer for the immediate destruction of the seven difficulties and the immediate life of the seven fortunes. It is said to be the predecessor of Fukuenmanji Temple, which has the seven temples of Sueji Temple.It was also called Niida-ji because it was the Betto-ji temple of Niida Myojin.Kobo Daishi visited this temple during the Konin period.Daishi divides the deity of Niida Myojin, which was enshrined in one company, into five companies, and enshrines the statues of Fudo Myo, Kannon Bosatsu, Amida Nyorai, Yakushi Nyorai, and Jizo Bosatsu as the main Buddha in each company. did.Daishi also built Sueji Gogaji.For this reason, Fukuenmanji Temple was called Nipukuji Temple together with Nanagaji Temple, and Niida Myojin was called Niida Gosha.
During the Tensho era, both temples and shrines temporarily declined due to fire and other fires.At the time of reconstruction, Iwamoto-ji Temple (Iwamoto-bo at that time), which was in charge of all the shrines in this area, transferred the temple's lanterns and other professions and inherited them.During the Warring States and Edo period, it was donated by warlords and feudal lords to temple territories, and was prosperous as a temple for Shinto and Buddhism.In the Meiji era, it was separated from the Niida Gosha by the policy of separating Shinto and Buddhism, and the main Buddha and the temple of the five temples were unified into Iwamoto Temple, and most of the temple territory was lost due to the accompanying law of Haibutsu Kishaku.The reconstruction has been a difficult road, but the cathedral has been gradually improved and continues to the present day.
As many as 575 contemporary paintings are drawn by professionals and amateurs in the main hall of the precincts, and the subsidence bridge over the Shimanto River is drawn in the ceiling painting in the clear stream hall.In addition, POP art is drawn everywhere in the precincts and shukubo, which brings brightness and energy to long trips by pilgrimage.We also offer a stay-type experience program with the keywords of natural (Shimanto River), wellness (healing), and spiritual (pilgrimage), so please drop in outside of the pilgrimage.
Sect: Shingon Sect Chiyama Sect
Priest: Fudo Myoo, Kanzeon Bosatsu, Amida Nyorai, Yakushi Nyorai, Jizo Bosatsu
Kaisan: Gyoki Bosatsu (Temple Den)
Founded: Tenpyo era (729-749) (Temple biography)
Mantra: Fudo Myoo: Well done Sanmanda Bazaradan Sendamakaroshada Sohataya Yeah Tatakanman
Guanyin Bodhisattva: On Arorika Sowaka
Amida Nyorai: Amitabha
Yakushi Nyorai: Onkoro Koro Sendari Matougi Sowaka
Jizo Bodhisattva: Onkakabi Sanmaei Sowaka
Temple color: Yellow (image color of the temple)
Address: XNUMX-XNUMX Shigekushimachi, Shimanto-cho, Takaoka-gun, Kochi Prefecture
Shukubo: Capacity 40 people, 4 private rooms (2 people each)
Iwamoto Temple, No. 37, is located near Cape Ashizuri in Kochi Prefecture.
Seven mysteries related to Kobo Daishi remain at Iwamoto Temple.
Kobo Daishi sang a song for children who want to eat chestnuts many times instead of once a year.Then, the chestnut tree became low so that it was easy for children to take, and it began to bear fruit three times a year.Also, chestnuts are sweet and squid is soft.During the chestnut season, Japanese sweets that imitate chestnuts are sold three times at "Matsuzuru-do" in front of the gate.
When the pregnant woman was suffering under the cherry tree at Iwamoto Temple, the Daishi prayed and was able to give birth safely.Currently, Koyasu Sakura in Iwamoto Temple is worshiped as a talisman to pray for safe delivery.
There is grass in the shape of a brush.It is said that this is the grass that the brush that Daishi had fell to the ground and grew from there. Kobo Daishi is a master of calligraphy, saying, "I don't choose a Kobo brush."Therefore, it is said that if you have this grass, you can write well.According to one theory, horsetail is also considered to be a horsetail, and there is also an experience plan where you can collect the horsetail that grows in the Shimanto River in early spring and enjoy cooking and copying sutras at the shukubo.
When planting rice, the farmers were in trouble because the leeches sucked blood.Then, the master lost the leech's mouth.
Daishi planted cherry blossoms on the beach near Iwamoto Temple.However, when the Daishi visited again a few years later, the cherry blossoms were scattered.When Daishi sang a song, the purchase on the beach changed to the color of cherry blossoms.Even now, cherry blossom-colored solutions can be seen on the beach near Iwamoto Temple.
A shellfish stuck in my leg when the master crossed the river.So I removed the pointed part of the shell so that the next person would not get hurt.
The house was destroyed by a thief, and Shoya was in trouble.There, the master prayed and the thief was prevented from entering.Therefore, it is no longer necessary to lock the door.
The master (Kukai Kaijin) received the posthumous name of Kobo Daishi from the achievements of "Kobo Toshio" on October XNUMX, XNUMX (Engi XNUMX).The year of Reiwa XNUMX (XNUMX) will be the year of the XNUMXth anniversary of the posthumous name of the master. It is said that the treasure of "Nanmu Daishi Hensho Kongo" began when the master received the posthumous name of Kobo Daishi.In commemoration of this, at the Shikoku XNUMX Pilgrimage Site, where many people are still pilgrimages, as a place related to the Daishi and a place where you can feel the Daishi and the Buddha more closely. I connected the rope of goodness to the statue of Daishi.The rope of goodness from the master is connected to the five-sided sword. We hope that you will come into contact with this five-storied sword while keeping in mind the treasure of "Nanmu Daishi Hensho Kongo" and deepen your relationship with the Daishi.
Vajradhara is a weapon originally used in ancient India that is said to be solid and crush everything.
In esoteric Buddhism, this gold rigidity has been considered to be an elephant of the wisdom of the author, who is a solid man who crushes the bottom of the worldly desires.For this reason, it is said from ancient times that various demons, represented by worldly desires, will surrender due to the Buddha's holding power if he holds it with Kongo.
Please take care of the Buddha and the master and receive the benefits of the Buddha.
And I pray that the brilliance of the bodhicitta in you will increase.
At Iwamoto Temple, the principal image of the fifth class is enshrined.According to the temple, Gyoki, who received the decree of Emperor Shomu, prayed for the immediate destruction of the seven difficulties and the immediate life of the seven fortunes, and the predecessor was Fukuenmanji, which was built in the training of Niida Myojin, northwest of the present location. I will.It was also called Mamoru Niida because it was the Betsutoji temple of Myojin Niida.
Kukai visited this temple during the Konin period, and Kukai divided the deity of Niida Myojin, which was enshrined in one company, into five companies, and each company had a statue of Fudo Myo, a statue of Kannon Bodhisattva, a statue of Amida Nyorai, and a pharmacist. The statues of Nyorai and Jizo Bodhisattva were enshrined as the main Buddha.Kukai is said to have built Gogaji Temple, and Fukuenmanji Temple was called Nipukuji Temple together with Nanagaji Temple, and Niida Myojin was called Niida Gosha.
During the Tensho era, both temples and shrines temporarily declined due to fire and other fires.At the time of reconstruction, Iwamoto-ji Temple (Iwamoto-bo at that time), which had all the shrines in this area under the pipe statue, was given a temple lantern and a separate job, and the water was inherited.During the Warring States and Edo period, temple territories were donated by warlords and lords, and it was prosperous as a temple for Shinto and Buddhist training. The Buddha and the temple are unified into Iwamoto Temple, and most of the temple territory is lost accordingly.Since then, reconstruction has progressed little by little, and it continues to the present day.