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Saba Daishi Temple
Saba Daishi (Yasakaji) is one of the 20 extra temples of the 88 Temples of the Shikoku Pilgrimage known as Bangai Temples.
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Byodoji Temple: Byodoji Temple is the twenty second temple on the 88 Temple Shikoku Pilgrimage dedicated to Kobo Daishi.
Idoji Temple Tokushima
Idoji Temple (井戸寺) is the 17th temple on the Shikoku Pilgrimage. It is the last of a cluster of 5 temples near Tokushima city center.
Kannonji Temple in Tokushima is the 16th temple on the 88 Temple Shikoku Pilgrimage. There is a second temple on the pilgrimage named Kannonji, number 69 in Kagawa.
Kokubunji Temple Tokushima
Kokubunji Temple (国分寺) in Tokushima, is the fifteenth temple of the 88 temple Shikoku Pilgrimage.
Dainichiji Temple & Ichinomiya Shrine
Dainichiji Temple is the 13th temple on the Shikoku Ohenro Pilgrimage and shares its name with the 4th temple. Ichinomiya Shrine is adjacent.
Shosanji Temple is the twelfth temple of the Shikoku Ohenro Pilgrimage and is located a tough climb up a mountain 800 meters above sea level.
Fujiidera Temple: Fujiidera Temple is the 11th temple along the famous 88 temple Shikoku Pilgrimage.
Kirihataji Temple in Awa city, Tokushima, is the 10th temple on the world famous 88-temple Shikoku Pilgrimage.
Horinji Temple Shikoku
Horinji Temple in Tokushima is the 9th temple on the 88 temple Shikoku Pilgrimage. Horinji Temple is set in a walled compound among rice paddies.
Anrakuji Temple Shikoku
Anrakuji Temple (安楽寺) is number six on the 88 temple, 1400 kilometer Shikoku Pilgrimage. The current main hall was built in 1966, replacing the one that burned down in 1955.
The Shikoku pilgrimage
On the island of Shikoku, the pilgrimage of the 88 Buddhist temples is one of the most famous paths in the world.
Ryozenji Temple Naruto
Ryozenji Temple in Naruto near Tokushima is temple number 1 on the Shikoku Pilgrimage.
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