What's the benefit of the shrine?
What kind of person is suitable for?
What is the origin?
It is a slightly unusual temple which is sacred to tie the Jizo to the "round roll". I feel like "sacrilegious" at first glance, but there is a "convention" to untie the noose on the night of New Year's Eve every year.When there is a armed, please go to this shrine and try to tie the rope. There is a legend that when you pray for a wish, "bind the Rope", and "untie the Rope" when a wish comes true.
The voice of the person who actually visited the shrine
Bound: Located in Minami-Kura, Tokyo.When there was a theft in Toji in Edo period, magistrate and Ooka Echizen questioned the crime to the Jizo who had been looking at the thief's doings all the time while in the gate, and there is an anecdote which bound up the temple.Therefore, it is known for its stolen faith.When you wish, enclose with a string. Pic.twitter.com/Dmrn4pYdi0
— Introduction to Buddhist Statues Bot (@butsuzobot) September 2, 2018
Last week, I was allowed to Shiira when I went to Mizumoto Park!It is a Jizo Minami warehouse!I was Noah to accept your wishes and be bound in a big bind!Distance look like a bale!It was originally located at the foot of the Narihira bridge in the Sumida River after the Great Kanto earthquake, it was moved to Shiira!#しばられ地蔵, #南蔵院, #葛飾, #水元, Pic.twitter.com/1OhR3n5aNc
— Udo (@lewdmonkey007) June 18, 2018
Today, I want to go from the front bound of the shrine to the Ji
zo like to see the 😊 rope and I will
do things to you 🙏 come to
solve again 😄 my wish and Oda's tour thing I came to tie the noose ❣A
fter the ️ tour, I have to come back 😊 💕 pic.twitter.com/LmaQqXFKW2
— Maru Chan (@odamaruc) June 17, 2018