Welcome   to  Myoonin Temple

Myoonin Temple of the Koyasan Shingon sect.

Myoonin Temple was built in 1579 by decree of Daimyo Satomi Yoshiyori as a temple to worship Buddhism in Tateyama.

Since ancient times, Mount Awa koyasan Myoonin has been worshipped holy mountain by practitioners in the past.

Experience

 Walking Over Fire Ceremony (Hiwatari)  火渡り

   May .  28 .   2017      13:30~16:00

Hiwatari is one of the hard training program.

Performs hiwatari  every year on the fourth Sunday of May.

Entrance fee:  free

 

Hiwatari is a traditional custom of Myoonin Temple held by the yamabushi monks once a year to pray for world peace,longevity, good health and so on.

The main spectacle is the brave procession of people walking barefoot across flaming hot embers.
The Ceremony is also extremely popular with international tourists.

 

 The yamabushi perform exorcisms and healing. They are also known for fire-walking hiwatari,which means walking across the embers of a ritual bonfire.Theritual illustrates the powers they have harnessed through their practices in the mountains.They call on the powers of deities associated with fire,such as Fudo, to bring beneficial and purifying powers to ordinary people.

 

New  information

Another cycling trip in Minamiboso from May 26 to 28.. This time it will be conducted over the weekend and we will participate the fire walking “hiwatari” ceremony at the Buddhist temple. The trip will be with full accommodation and meal. Rent of bicycle is also included with a total price of JPY40,000.
You will see more details at http://www.okatours.com/tours_b…/08bosopeninsula_relaxed.php
I would appreciate it if you would spread it out to anyone who would be potentially interested

Small scale shikoku 88 places pilgrimage

 四国八十八ヶ所霊場

Go   around  15~20min.

Entrance fee:  free

Hours:  open 24 hours

 

Motivations for setting out on the pilgrimage vary widely, and the pilgrims are not necessarily followers of Shingon Buddhism. Some join for personal reasons, such as regaining health, reflecting on a failure, or seeking a path in life.

The pilgrim can have a priest put the temple's  seal  (shuin 300yen ) in a special pilgrim's  book  called a  nokyocho. The priest also adds some calligraohy in black ink.

Information

Myoonin Temple  妙音院

Address:  1689 Kamisanagura, Tateyama-shi, Chiba Prefecture

Hours:  open 24 hours  ( temple office from 8:00am~5:00pm )

Entrance fee:  free

Access:  3min walk from the Kamisanagura bus stop ( JR Bus)

                or,  20min  walk  from the  Tateyama station ( JR )

Website: https://myoonin.jimdo.com/

Tripadvisor:https://www.tripadvisor.com/Attraction_Review-g321550-d11814038-Reviews-Myoonin_Temple-Tateyama_Chiba_Prefecture_Kanto.html

 

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