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Ichinomiyaji is Temple 83 on the Shikoku 88 Temple Pilgrimage trail. It's located next to an important Shinto shrine, Tamura Jinja to which it was once connected. There is a hole in the ground under the Yakushi Nyorai statue called the “kettle of hell” which visitors are told that they can “hear the sound of hell” inside. At the entrance to Ichinomiya-ji there is a small rockery surrounded by a zen garden to greet visitors adjacent to ancient stone lanterns that once adorned the temple’s original buildings.
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Ichinomiyaji is Temple 83 on the Shikoku 88 Temple Pilgrimage trail. It's located next to an important Shinto shrine, Tamura Jinja to which it was once connected. There is a hole in the ground under the Yakushi Nyorai statue called the “kettle of hell” which visitors are told that they can “hear the sound of hell” inside.  At the entrance to Ichinomiya-ji there is a small rockery surrounded by a zen garden to greet visitors adjacent to ancient stone lanterns that once adorned the temple’s original buildings.