The sitting statue of the wooden pharmacist Nyorai is enshrined.
A sitting statue of the wooden pharmacist Nyorai, which has been designated as an important cultural property of the prefecture, is enshrined.
It is a statue with a height of 149 cm made in the latter half of the Kamakura period.
It is said that the first daikan of the upper and lower daikansho built Yoshii Temple and moved the Buddha statue from Yoshii Valley.
From the Joge walking map
Yoshii Temple Yakushi Nyorai
One night when Ichiroemon Kabuchi, the first daikan of the upper and lower daikansho, came up and down and suffered a major illness, Yoshiiya's Yakushi Nyorai appeared in the form of a monk on a dream pillow and gave him a good medicine, and the major illness was cured.
It is said that he was impressed by the spiritual test and built a temple at the present location and moved Yakushi Nyorai from Yoshiidani, which is about 1km north.
This work was made in the latter half of the Kamakura period, and is characterized by its splendid medicine pot and the coloring of the Edo period.It is an important cultural property designated by the prefecture.
|Address||443 Jogecho Joge, Fuchu City, Hiroshima Prefecture|
|Remarks||Cannot be seen in normal times|