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Since ancient times, it has been famous for the master of eliminating disasters and his efficacies, and he is nicknamed “Master Chu Ezun”, and gathers pilgrims near Kanto, all over the country and overseas.
The headquarter is in Higashiyama Shichijo, Kyoto.
This temple, together with Naritasan Shinshoji Temple (Narita City, Chiba Prefecture) and Takao Yam King Temple (Hachioji City, Tokyo), are all Dabenshan temples of the Shingon sect of Chisan School.

Kawasaki Daishi Heijenji, who has been known as the “Great Master of Elimination of Evil” since ancient times, performs goma prayers every day to realize the prayers of all sentient beings such as elimination of major disasters, family safety, business prosperity, health and longevity.
The Goma practice, with its profound philosophical meaning hidden in its content, is a solemn religious ceremony proved by the authentic esoteric teachings like Shingon.
Goma, called “homa” in Sanskrit, means “burning”, “burning”, etc., which means that the fire of Buddha’s wisdom burns away the troubles (the source of suffering).
Goma can burn away everyone’s troubles, eliminate major disasters, and realize family safety, business prosperity, recovery from illness, success, and good luck.

The main statue of Sakyamuni Tathagata (India), the Qianlong edition of Tripitaka 7240 volumes (China), the Danqing painting “Shuanglong” in the center of the ceiling (Korea), and the four-sided Buddhist painting “Flying Sky” (Japan) illustrate the movement of Buddhism from India to China , the Korean Peninsula and then spread to Japan. The five-cobalt pestle in front of the statue of Sakyamuni symbolizes the supreme Buddha of Shingon and Esoteric Buddhism, the Great Sun Tathagata. Put gold foil on the five-cobalt pestle to form a bond with the Buddha.

So far, 890 years ago, in the era of Emperor Shontoku, there was a samurai named Kenjo Hirama, who was driven out of his hometown Owari on an unwarranted charge. After wandering in various countries, he finally settled down in Kawasaki and lived a poor life by fishing.
He also deeply converted to Buddhism, especially worshipping and believing in Master Hongfa. Looking back on my unfortunate fate, it was the year of 42 years of bad luck, so I prayed day and night to get rid of my bad luck.
One night, an eminent monk appeared in his dream and said to him: “I used to carve a Buddha statue in the Tang Dynasty, and put the scriptures on the sea. So far, I haven’t found anyone with destiny. It takes it to enshrine and bestows its merits on you, so that you can turn bad luck into good fortune, and your wishes will be fulfilled.”
So he went out to sea, threw his net towards the shining place, and picked it up. A wooden statue.
This is the noble Buddha statue of the master. Taking advantage of the gratitude, I washed the image, and then built a simple grass hut to offer fragrant flowers day and night, never delaying the offering.

At that time, Venerable Venerable Master, who was in Koya Mountain, came to the place of Jiancheng by chance while traveling in various countries. He was moved to tears by the honorable Buddha statue and the efficacious Chery surrounded by it, so he and Jiancheng made concerted efforts in the 3rd year of Dazhi. (1128) A temple was built here, and the name of the temple was named Heijian Temple after the surname “Hirajian”. The above is the origin of the present large temple Kawasaki Daishi Heijenji.
Dharma lights are shining brightly, 890 years in the past, as a true dojo toward the realization of the Lord Buddha’s grand vows and the prosperity of the Dharma, Kawasaki Daishi Heijenji is gathering the devout hearts of believers from all over the world.

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