Blick auf dem Hauptgebäude des Tempelkomplex bei Osore-zan
Das Wasser in der Rinne ist kochend heiss.
The running water in the gutter is boiling hot.
Bodaiji Temple (also referred to as Entsuji), run by the Soto Zen sect, is built around a number of volcanic cauldrons (Jp. jigoku, literally "hells"), bubbling in all sorts of unnatural shades from canary yellow to blood red. There are also many, many offerings to the souls of the dead scattered around the area, including tiny Jizo statues wearing bibs and piles of pebbles built (or so they say) by the souls of children who died before their parents.