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Japan's Three Great Inari

Saijo Inari

湘南支院

お稲荷様の御加護を



湘南の地で

 

Japan's Three Great Inari

Prayer prayer

We are always accepting prayers and prayers.

 

There is a saying, "I will do my best to wait for my destiny." The meaning of this word is to make every effort and leave the rest to the gods and Buddha. The big trouble is the small trouble, and the small trouble is safe. Prayer for traffic safety, physical health, family safety, good luck, etc. is a memorial service to turn your destiny in the right direction.

The main prayer of this mountain is Inari-sama (the highest sutra king Bodhisattva). It is one of the few temples where you can receive the Saijo Inari prayer.

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The closest temple to the sea in Shonan, Kanagawa Prefecture

 

Saijo Inari Shonan Branch

Fukujuyama Myorinji Temple

[Saijo Inari] Saijo Inari is a temple with a history of more than 700 years located in Oiso Town, Kanagawa Prefecture.

 

It is a very quiet precinct, 5 minutes walk from Oiso station and 1 minute walk to Oiso beach.

 

It is a temple with a long history of performing memorial services for Buddhas who died in the sea, praying for maritime safety for those who work in the sea, and burial at sea.

 

It is one of the few temples in Kanto where you can receive prayers and prayers from Saijo Inari.

 

There are free temple yoga lessons for the locals and medical facilities attached to the temple where you can receive treatment at a low cost.

 

The gate is always open.

 

Please come anytime.

 

Click here for details

 

The closest temple to the sea in Shonan, Kanagawa Prefecture

 

Saijo Inari Shonan Branch

Fukujuyama Myorinji Temple

[Saijo Inari] Saijo Inari is a temple with a history of more than 700 years located in Oiso Town, Kanagawa Prefecture.

 

It is a very quiet precinct, 5 minutes walk from Oiso station and 1 minute walk to Oiso beach.

 

It is a temple with a long history of performing memorial services for Buddhas who died in the sea, praying for maritime safety for those who work in the sea, and burial at sea.

 

It is one of the few temples in Kanto where you can receive prayers and prayers from Saijo Inari.

 

There are free temple yoga lessons for the locals and medical facilities attached to the temple where you can receive treatment at a low cost.

 

The gate is always open.

 

Please come anytime.

 

Click here for details

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Saijo Inari

"The highest sutra king Bodhisattva"

Saijo Inari's prayer principal idol is "Saijo Ikyo Oudai Bosatsu", which is also called Saijo Inari for short.

 

In one word, the benefit of the highest honor is "merit."

 

From the name, it can be said that with the heart of the Lotus Sutra, which is praised as the king of the scriptures, it is the highest and most precious being who eases the suffering and suffering of sentient beings and gives them peace of mind.

 

The rice ears on the left are fruitful, and the sickle on the right is a symbol of warding off disasters.

Saijo Inari Shonan Branch

255-0003 1582 Oiso, Oiso Town, Naka District, Kanagawa Prefecture

Telephone 0463-61-0749 (Telephone reception 9 am to 5 pm)

FAX 0463-61-8899

 

・ By train

5-6 minutes walk from Oiso Station on the JR Tokaido Line

・ For buses

1 minute walk from Kanagawa Bus "Fire Station"

・ For automobiles

From the direction of Hiratsuka on National Highway No. 1, enter from the "Akiba Shrine Entrance" signal to the middle of the "Oiso Fire Station" signal, and from the road beside the monthly parking lot on the left side (sea side) (NTT Building on the right side of the national highway).

There is a parking lot behind the main hall where about 20 cars can be parked.

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