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Sai-to Mandokoro (西塔政所)on the steps leading to the Shaka-do (釈迦堂), part of the Sai-tō (西塔, "West Pagoda") complex of Enryaku-ji Temple (延暦寺) on Mt.Hiei zan (比叡山) in Ōtsu, Japan. Its right across from the Eryo-do (恵亮堂) hall.

Sai-to Mandokoro (西塔政所)on the steps leading to the Shaka-do (釈迦堂), part of the Sai-tō (西塔, "West Pagoda") complex of Enryaku-ji Temple (延暦寺) on Mt.Hiei zan (比叡山) in Ōtsu, Japan. Its right across from the Eryo-do (恵亮堂) hall.

Another view of the Shaka-do (釈迦堂), part of the Sai-tō (西塔, "West Pagoda") complex of Enryaku-ji Temple (延暦寺) on Mt.Hiei zan (比叡山) in Ōtsu, Japan. Its former name was “Tenbo Rin-do” (転法輪堂) and it is the oldest building on the mountain.

Another view of the Shaka-do (釈迦堂), part of the Sai-tō (西塔, "West Pagoda") complex of Enryaku-ji Temple (延暦寺) on Mt.Hiei zan (比叡山) in Ōtsu, Japan. Its former name was “Tenbo Rin-do” (転法輪堂) and it is the oldest building on the mountain.

The Shaka-do (釈迦堂), part of the Sai-tō (西塔, "West Pagoda") complex of Enryaku-ji Temple (延暦寺) on Mt.Hiei zan (比叡山) in Ōtsu, Japan. Its former name was “Tenbo Rin-do” (転法輪堂) and it is the oldest building on the mountain. The original hall was burned down during Oda Nobunaga’s attack on Hieizan. The present building was originally the “Miroku-do of Enjo-ji, which was relocated and modified by Toyotomi Hideyoshi.

The Shaka-do (釈迦堂), part of the Sai-tō (西塔, "West Pagoda") complex of Enryaku-ji Temple (延暦寺) on Mt.Hiei zan (比叡山) in Ōtsu, Japan. Its former name was “Tenbo Rin-do” (転法輪堂) and it is the oldest building on the mountain. The original hall was burned down during Oda Nobunaga’s attack on Hieizan. The present building was originally the “Miroku-do of Enjo-ji, which was relocated and modified by Toyotomi Hideyoshi.

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The  Tsubaki-do (椿堂) deep into the forest of Enryaku-ji Temple (延暦寺) on Mt.Hieizan (比叡山) in Ōtsu, Japan. This hall is part of the Sai-tō (西塔, "West Pagoda") and according to the brochure the name of Tsubaki-do (椿堂) was derived from an episode in which, when Shotoku Taishi visited Hieizan, he trust a camellia branch he was using as a cane into the ground, and this branch then took root and grew to cover the whole area.

The Tsubaki-do (椿堂) deep into the forest of Enryaku-ji Temple (延暦寺) on Mt.Hieizan (比叡山) in Ōtsu, Japan. This hall is part of the Sai-tō (西塔, "West Pagoda") and according to the brochure the name of Tsubaki-do (椿堂) was derived from an episode in which, when Shotoku Taishi visited Hieizan, he trust a camellia branch he was using as a cane into the ground, and this branch then took root and grew to cover the whole area.

Eshin-do (恵心堂) at the Yokawa (横川) area of Enryaku-ji Temple (延暦寺) on Mt.HieiZan (比叡山) in Ōtsu, Japan. This is the birth pace of the Japanese Jodo religion. Eshin Sozu Genshin practised Nen-butsu Zanmai training here. He is also famous for writing the “ Ojo Yo-shu” which was written in 985!

Eshin-do (恵心堂) at the Yokawa (横川) area of Enryaku-ji Temple (延暦寺) on Mt.HieiZan (比叡山) in Ōtsu, Japan. This is the birth pace of the Japanese Jodo religion. Eshin Sozu Genshin practised Nen-butsu Zanmai training here. He is also famous for writing the “ Ojo Yo-shu” which was written in 985!

The main pavilion of Enryaku-ji Temple (延暦寺) is Jodo-in (釈迦堂) because it is the mausoleum of Dengyo Daishi Saicho built a little hut on Hiei san some 1200 years ago. Jodo-in is part of the Sai-tō (西塔, "West Pagoda”) complex of Enryaku-ji Temple (延暦寺) on Mt.HieiZan (比叡山) in Ōtsu, Japan. #EnryakuJiTemple, #延暦寺, #HieiZan, #比叡山, #Otsu, #Kyoto, #WorldHeritageSite

The main pavilion of Enryaku-ji Temple (延暦寺) is Jodo-in (釈迦堂) because it is the mausoleum of Dengyo Daishi Saicho built a little hut on Hiei san some 1200 years ago. Jodo-in is part of the Sai-tō (西塔, "West Pagoda”) complex of Enryaku-ji Temple (延暦寺) on Mt.HieiZan (比叡山) in Ōtsu, Japan. #EnryakuJiTemple, #延暦寺, #HieiZan, #比叡山, #Otsu, #Kyoto, #WorldHeritageSite

Another view of the Shaka-do (釈迦堂), part of the Sai-tō (西塔, "West Pagoda") complex of Enryaku-ji Temple (延暦寺) on Mt.Hiei zan (比叡山) in Ōtsu, Japan. Its former name was “Tenbo Rin-do” (転法輪堂) and it is the oldest building on the mountain.

Another view of the Shaka-do (釈迦堂), part of the Sai-tō (西塔, "West Pagoda") complex of Enryaku-ji Temple (延暦寺) on Mt.Hiei zan (比叡山) in Ōtsu, Japan. Its former name was “Tenbo Rin-do” (転法輪堂) and it is the oldest building on the mountain.

This is the Jogyo-do pavilion (法華堂), part of the Ninai-do (にない堂) complex of the Sai-tō (西塔, "West Pagoda") grounds of Enryaku-ji Temple (延暦寺) on Mt.Hiei zan (比叡山) in Ōtsu, Japan. The grotesque trees surrounding these two halls, the ground covered with moss, and several maple trees make for an ideal autumn setting.

This is the Jogyo-do pavilion (法華堂), part of the Ninai-do (にない堂) complex of the Sai-tō (西塔, "West Pagoda") grounds of Enryaku-ji Temple (延暦寺) on Mt.Hiei zan (比叡山) in Ōtsu, Japan. The grotesque trees surrounding these two halls, the ground covered with moss, and several maple trees make for an ideal autumn setting.

Kojirin Kenshu dojo (居士林 研修道場) deep in the forests of Shaka-do on Mt.Hieizan (比叡山) in Ōtsu, Japan. You can try-out a session of Zen meditation, sutra copying or join a two day full scale Buddhist training session in this hall.

Kojirin Kenshu dojo (居士林 研修道場) deep in the forests of Shaka-do on Mt.Hieizan (比叡山) in Ōtsu, Japan. You can try-out a session of Zen meditation, sutra copying or join a two day full scale Buddhist training session in this hall.

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