Enmyō-in

Local name圓明院
LocationKimitsu, Japan

Enmyō-in is a Buddhist temple of the Shingon Chizan sect located in Kimitsu in Chiba Prefecture. Its go-honzon, or primary object of veneration, is a statute of Ācala, known in Japanese as the Fudō Myōō, or the "Immovable Wisdom King." A well-known kaya, or Japanese nutmeg-yew tree, of almost 5.4 meters in circumference is located within the temple grounds. A small hall was built at Enmyō-in in 1989 dedicated to prayers for traffic safety.

Tags Place of WorshipBuddhist
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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enmyō-in

Official Website https://sensin.net/enmyou/

Phone 0439-35-2984

Address (Unnamed Road), Japan

Coordinates 35°20'35.991" N 140°3'24.17" E

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