Shogen-ji Temple, a Shingon Sect Buddhist temple. Its sango (honorific mountain name prefixed to a temple’s name) being Amekuyama (Another name is Amekunutira), is located in Tomari, Naha City, Okinawa.
- 900-0011 392 Uenoya Naha Okinawa
- 098-868-7731 (English is not supported）
- Business hours
- Nothing in particular.
- Close day
- Access information
- About 10 minutes by car from the Yui Rail Asahibashi Station.
- Academic information
- Shogen-ji Temple was once located in Tomari, Naha City, and erected somewhere between 1467 and 1487. Its betto-ji temple (a temple attached to a shrine), Amekugu, was built in the same period. The founder is Monk Sekkai and the main object of worship is Sei Kannon Bodhisattva. Tenryuo-onkami, Amekushinnohime-ookami, Benzaiten, Hakuryugu-nokami, Bentenfuyasuhiko-okami, and the Kumano Sanzan (Izanamino-mikoto, Hayatamanouno-mikoto, and Kotosakanoouno-mikoto) are enshrined.