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The Japan News Mar 13
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Ancient History Encyclopedia May 8
Worksheet/Activity: Arts & Culture in Medieval Japan
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Ancient History Encyclopedia May 21
Worksheet/Activity: Daily Life and Society in Feudal Japan
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Adventures in Kyoto Nov 4
Replying to @KyotoDailyPhoto
It is said that Kameyama first sent for high monks (阿闍梨-Ajari) from Nanto Hokurei (南都北嶺-the collective name for temples under the jurisdiction of Enryaku-ji 延暦寺 on Mt Hiei & Kofuku-ji 興福寺 in Nara). They failed to exorcise the ghost. 7/12
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Asahi Shimbun AJW May 25
Train’s eternal flame design honors founder of : The Asahi Shimbun
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Kate Morgan 21 Sep 17
Riding the ropeway from the top of after exploring temples at the top of the mountain.
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Sandy 16 Nov 16
Dorothy, you're not in Kansas anymore. Through these doors is a world of brilliant color. . . . .
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The Relaxed Guy Dec 17
Buddhist Temple at top of Mount Hieizan. Cold and Icy at mountain top but worth the journey. It’s one of the most important monasteries in Japanese history and the headquarters of the Tendai sect of Japanese Buddhism
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VickyFlipFlop Nov 19
Never had such a good vegetarian lunch! Spent the morning at the Temple complex, Zen meditation and all. After wandering around a few of the over 300 temples I was so happy to enjoy this lunch looking out over Lake Biwa. [AD]
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Asahi Shimbun AJW 16 Jun 19
Eternal flame of to hit 4 regions across Japan:The Asahi Shimbun
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japantrip 27 Jun 18
Enryakuji is a temple located in Sakamoto-honmachi, Otsu-shi, Shiga Prefecture, with the entire area of Hieizan at an altitude of 848 meters.
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Wilkinson Golf 4 Oct 18
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RobKendrew 15 Aug 18
‘My soul can find no staircase to Heaven unless it be through Earth's loveliness.’
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ccwtravel 27 Jan 14
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Artarius Media 15 Jul 17
Beautiful Film on A Buddhist Ritual Only 46 Monks Have Completed | |
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RobKendrew 22 Jun 18
‘In love the paradox occurs that two beings become one and yet remain two.’ Photo:
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Adventures in Kyoto 23 Oct 18
Replying to @KyotoDailyPhoto
If the Rozan-ji story is indeed true (the temple possesses a statue of Ryogen wearing a demon mask), then it might well be the origin of Tsuno Daishi (角大師). 9/9
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Vilo Kanis 23 May 16
Architecture : Tample Otsu Shiga Prefecture.
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likoisme 17 Jul 16
With the deep Buddha's teachings and love.
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Yasutaka Yoshimura 21 Jul 17
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