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One of the Most Sacred Building in Mt. Koya

Before he started his eternal meditation in 835, Kukai (774-835), or Kobo Daishi, used to use the... read more

Reviewed 20 May 2018
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19 May 2018
“One of the Most Sacred Building in Mt. Koya”
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152 Koyasan, Koya-cho, Ito-gun 648-0211, Wakayama Prefecture
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Reviewed 20 May 2018

Before he started his eternal meditation in 835, Kukai (774-835), or Kobo Daishi, used to use the building as a Buddhism training hall for himself. Before the entrance into the eternal meditation, Prince Takaoka (799-865) started painting Kukai's portrait, which was enshrined in the hall...More

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