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2014/12/21

Tags: ocr-generated 埼玉県 川越市

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ocr-generated はくさん ごんげん
日 山 権現
830(天長7年)慈覚大師転が喜多院を創建された時に、天台宗修験道の霊場である白山
より、この守護神として白山の神仏の分霊を祀ったと伝えられています。
右道路向かい側の枝神社は、同じく創建時に、天台宗の本山である比叡山ふもとの時大社の
神様の分霊を祀った神社です。
天台宗では、神仏習合といい、お寺も日本の神様にお守りいただきながら、神仏ともに礼拝し、
人々の幸せをお祈りします。
*修験道 - 神様と仏様の両方の力を得る方法
Hakusan Gongen
It is said that in 830 CE (Year r of the Tencho Era), when the priest Ennin (also known as Jikaku Daishi)」
founded the Kita-in Temple complex, he created a place to re-enshrine the Buddhas and gods of Mt. Hakusan.
which was considered hallowed ground in the Shugendo' offshoot of Tendai (Tiantai) Buddhism, to serve there
as protective deities.
Hie Shrine, which is directly across from the road to the right, was also built to re-enshrine the gods of
Hiyoshi Taisha at the foot of Mt. Hie, the mountain at which the head temple of Tendai Buddhism is located.
In matters of supernatural guardianship. the Tendai Sect of Japanese Buddhism does not impose rigid
distinctions on the places that people choose to worship-be they Buddhist temples or indigenous Japanese
shrines--and respects people's wishes to pray to both gods and Buddha's for their worldly wellbeing.
· Shugendő: a syncretistic practice through which it is believed adherents can gain both the power of the Buddhas and
the Shinto als.

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