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Sakai, Japan2,119 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2022
After Banryu-ji Temple, I turned west to find the #3 deity of the Osaka 33 Kannon Pilgrimage, which is said to have been moved to Entsu-in Temple after the 1868 Gods and Buddhas Separation Order. Soon, I found the temple with a beauty salon in its precincts. I opened the door, which automatically made a ding-dong, but nobody answered. I found a hairdresser working in the salon, but nobody answered. I gave up and left westward, trudging and ploding. I wasn't lucky today.
Entsu-in Temple was founded in 1616, a year after the Siege of Osaka in 1615, when the Toyotomi Clan was destroyed by the Tokugawa Clan.
On July 11th, 1834, a big fire broke out in Dojima Shin-Kita-machi (today's Dojima Naka, Kita Ward). It burned 30 blocks and 3 villages. The fire extinguished next morning, but Entsu-in Temple burned down.
Written 9 May 2022
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