Ofusa Kannon is the common name of the Buddhist temple located in Ousa-cho, Kashimara City, Nara Prefecture.
The formal name is Koyasan Shingon Sect Bekkaku-Honzan (special head temple) Jumuryozan Kannon-ji Temple.
The Japanese summer is very hot. Kansai is particularly hot.
Recently the highest temperature is not rare on a day more than 35 degrees Celsius either…
Japanese summer is already a summer of southern country…!?
Well, do you know Furin(wind chime)?
A tone of the wind chimes is the tone that can feel the cool.
That is why the Japanese people enjoys the tone of the wind-bell in hot summer from old days.
“Wind chime festival” of Ofusa Kannon is the festival that can hear the tone of such a lot of wind chimes.
- About Ofusa Kannon
- “Wind chime festival” of Ofusa Kannon
- Goshuin of Ofusa Kannon
- How to get to Ofusa Kannon
Ofusa Kannon Temple treats visitors to roses with a wide variety of colors, as well as other varieties of flowers that can be enjoyed all year round. The name of this temple originates from a local girl from the Edo period called Ofusa. Ofusa began worship of the Goddess Kannon (goddess of mercy and compassion) on this spot, and this eventually developed into the temple that exists today.
Admission Fee：300 yen (Only the Main hall)
“Rose Festival” is held in May, June, October and November.
Dates : May 15-June 30 and October 19-November 30 every year
Open : 7:00~16:30
■Wind chime festival
“Wind chime Festival” is held in July and August.
Dates : July 1-August 31 every year
Open : 7:00~16:30
■Youtube video of the wind chime Festival
I can feel really cool when I hear the tone of the wind chime. (○´艸｀)
Nearest station of Ofusa Kannon is “Kintetsu Kashihara Line Yagi-Nishiguchi Station” or “JR Sakurai Line Unebi Station”.
How did you like it?
Please try to go.
Have a nice trip! XD
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