Mitsujoji Temple

Mitsujoji Temple, Maniwa: Address, Phone Number, Mitsujoji Temple Review: 4/5

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uncommon Guan Yin
Apr 2014
-Access The Mitsujouzi temple is located northern Okayama prefecture, Maniwa city, and it is one of 88 temples of Mimasaka. If you want to visit by public transport, you should take the train bound for Niimi on the Kishin Line to Chuugoku-Katsuyama station. Then, taking the bus bound for Hiruzen to Yamakuse bus stop and walking about 5 minutes. Thus it is not so easily accessible by train and bus. I think these are too tired for me, that is why I visited there by a car. There is a parking lot that is just about big enough. -About the Mitsujouzi temple First of all, the Mitsujouzi is not a large or famous temple so if you look forward to something great, let you may down, but it enshrines an uncommon. It is Nyu-Kannon means Guan Yin of breast. A breast is symbol of the mother, that is, he gives you good luck for easy and safe delivery of child. Also, he may help the person who have a worry something of breast. In addition, there is Ibo-Jizo that has an old tradition in the precincts. It about, if you have a wart, you scrape away Ibo-Jizo and rub its stone powder into the affected part then it may cured. Of course these are occult or supernatural power, not guaranteed. -Atmosphere The Mitsujouzi has a southern aspect so it gets a lot of sunshine. Many flowers are planted and cared by owner’s wife. Also there are some beautiful and cute carps. I enjoyed calm time in a relaxed atmosphere and did not feel insular. -Summary I recommend the Mitsujouzi for the seek quiet or person who dislike crowded people. It is not a place where go out to play, however, if you like a pilgrimage to temples, you will experience good time. I want to visit again in case of I have things to do in northern Okayama.

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uncommon Guan Yin
Apr 2014 • Solo
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The Mitsujouzi temple is located northern Okayama prefecture, Maniwa city, and it is one of 88 temples of Mimasaka.
If you want to visit by public transport, you should take the train bound for Niimi on the Kishin Line to Chuugoku-Katsuyama station. Then, taking the bus bound for Hiruzen to Yamakuse bus stop and walking about 5 minutes. Thus it is not so easily accessible by train and bus.
I think these are too tired for me, that is why I visited there by a car. There is a parking lot that is just about big enough.

-About the Mitsujouzi temple
First of all, the Mitsujouzi is not a large or famous temple so if you look forward to something great, let you may down, but it enshrines an uncommon. It is Nyu-Kannon means Guan Yin of breast. A breast is symbol of the mother, that is, he gives you good luck for easy and safe delivery of child. Also, he may help the person who have a worry something of breast.
In addition, there is Ibo-Jizo that has an old tradition in the precincts. It about, if you have a wart, you scrape away Ibo-Jizo and rub its stone powder into the affected part then it may cured.
Of course these are occult or supernatural power, not guaranteed.

-Atmosphere
The Mitsujouzi has a southern aspect so it gets a lot of sunshine. Many flowers are planted and cared by owner’s wife. Also there are some beautiful and cute carps. I enjoyed calm time in a relaxed atmosphere and did not feel insular.

-Summary
I recommend the Mitsujouzi for the seek quiet or person who dislike crowded people.
It is not a place where go out to play, however, if you like a pilgrimage to temples, you will experience good time. I want to visit again in case of I have things to do in northern Okayama.
Written May 8, 2014
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