Owari Thirty-three Kannon

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Hōshō-in/Ōsu Kannon
Ryūfuku-ji
Ryūsen-ji
Kannon-ji
Jimoku-ji
Jakkō-in
Kōshō-ji
Chōbo-ji

The Owari Thirty-three Kannon (尾張三十三観音, Owari Sanjūsan Kannon) are a collection of Buddhist temples in western Aichi Prefecture, Japan, all dedicated to the bodhisattva Avalokitesvara (Kannon). The name is derived from Owari Province, the former name for the area. The list was created in 1955.[1]

Thirty-three Kannon[edit]

No. Name Japanese Sangō Sect Location
1 Hōshō-in/Ōsu Kannon 宝生院 Kitano-san Shingon Nagoya
2 Chōei-ji 長栄寺 Kōshō-san Sōtō Nagoya
3 Ryūfuku-ji/Kasadera 笠覆寺 Tenrin-zan Shingon Nagoya
4 Chōraku-ji 長楽寺 Inari-san Sōtō Nagoya
5 Fumon-ji 普門寺 Sōtō Ōbu
6 Tōun-in 洞雲院 Sōtō Agui
7 Iwada-dera 岩屋寺 Daihi-san Owaritakano-san Minamichita
8 Ōmidō-ji 大御堂寺 Kakurin-zan Shingon Mihama
9 Sainen-ji 斉年寺 Sōtō Tokoname
10 Daichi-in 大智院 Shingon Chita
11 Kannon-ji 観音寺 Shingon Tōkai
12 Kannon-ji 観音寺 Tendai Nagoya
13 Ryūshō-in 龍照院 Shingon Kanie
14 Daiji-in 大慈院 Sōtō Yatomi
15 Kōsai-ji 広済寺 Sōtō Shippō
16 Jimoku-ji 甚目寺 Shingon Jimokuji
17 Mantoku-ji 萬徳寺 Shingon Inazawa
18 Ryūtan-ji 龍潭寺 Sōtō Iwakura
19 Keirin-ji 桂林寺 Sōtō Ōguchi
20 Jakkō-in 寂光院 Tsugao-zan Shingon Inuyama
21 Komatsu-ji 小松寺 Shingon Komaki
22 Tōshō-in 陶昌院 Sōtō Komaki
23 Gyokurin-ji 玉林寺 Sōtō Komaki
24 Ryūon-ji 龍音寺 Jōdokyō Komaki
25 Ryūsen-ji 龍泉寺 Shōtō-zan Tendai Nagoya
26 Hōsen-ji 宝泉寺 Sōtō Seto
27 Keishō-in 慶昌院 Sōtō Seto
28 Chōbo-ji 長母寺 Rinzai Nagoya
29 Kyūkoku-ji 久国寺 Sōtō Nagoya
30 Zenpuku-in 善福院 Shingon Nagoya
31 Jufuku-in 聚福院 Sōtō Nagakute
32 Butchi-in 仏地院 Sōtō Nagoya
33 Kōshō-ji 興正寺 Shingon Nagoya

Tōkai Hundred Kannon[edit]

The Owari Thirty-three Kannon combine with the Mino Thirty-three Kannon in Gifu Prefecture, the Mikawa Thirty-three Kannon in eastern Aichi Prefecture and Toyokawa Inari to form the Tōkai Hundred Kannon.[1]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Owari Thirty-three Kannon Archived 2009-02-21 at the Wayback Machine.. Aruku88.net. Accessed May 4, 2009.