Isshin-ji (一心寺) is a Pure Land Buddhist temple in Osaka, Japan. Starting in the Meiji period, thirteen images have been formed, each incorporating the ashes of tens of thousands of devotees. The annual burial ceremony on 21 April in turn draws tens of thousands of worshippers.
Cristina H | Jun 16, 2018
Beautiful temple, with a proud and serious history. The Temple itself is interesting, well kept and has a serene atmosphere, if you go early and beat the crowds. For people getting Goshuin (temple stamps) you can get one here, but it did take a minute to find. All and all, the history of this temple makes it a necessary stop for people who enjoy learning or seeing unique temples or landmarks.
Richan | Jun 7, 2018
A unique, historic temple, its location is not far from the Shitennoji Temple. The temple is not too big, but has a distinctive feature at the front of the temple there is a design work of art made of iron. For the location in it is clean, and provide comfort for the visitors. Visitors can enter the location with free.
Claudio Cafarelli | May 10, 2018
Beautiful, with a unique Buddha made of the human crashed bones. A bit out of the city, but reachable by metro and walking
Rachel Gearhart | Apr 7, 2018
Modernity & tradition blend well here. There is also a cafe area, cemetery, and wisteria starting to bloom (early April). The spot to receive your goshuin is tricky to find, but it is in the lower side entrance of the main hall, where it connects to the modern concrete building.
Jack Zhang | Jul 18, 2018
Great view, but it's under construction at the time I went there.
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