There are several festivals in Japan dedicated to the phallus. At the very least, it's only natural that there would also be a religious sites for breasts. Kannon aka Guanyin is the Buddhist Goddess of Mercy. Located in Aichi Prefecture, the temple was established in and is known as Japan's sole "Breast Temple. Kawasaki Kannon isn't nearly as known as Mama Kannon.
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By Dan Bloom for MailOnline. An unusual row has broken out in Thailand after a Buddhist monk was pictured fondling a topless worshipper's breasts. The image was posted on Facebook last week and has since been viewed by hundreds of thousands of people - many of whom were angry at the celibate monk breaking a key vow. But the woman in the photo has now come forward to say she was born a man, and therefore believes the monk is completely innocent. Furore: The image of a monk fondling a worshipper's breasts in Thailand was seen by hundreds of thousands of people online - and prompted a debate over whether transgender people count as women in Buddhism. She was interviewed by Thailand's Morning News , where she was quoted as saying she had undergone hormone therapy which enlarged her breasts. She had not undergone gender reassignment surgery or received breast implants.
Yakshinis are the female counterparts of the male Yaksha , and they are attendees of Kubera , the Hindu god of wealth who rules in the mythical Himalayan kingdom of Alaka. Yakshinis are often depicted as beautiful and voluptuous, with a chauri fly-whisk in right hand, fleshy cheeks, with wide hips, narrow waists, broad shoulders, knotted hair and exaggerated, spherical breasts. In Uddamareshvara Tantra , thirty-six yakshinis are described, including their mantras and ritual prescriptions. A similar list of Yakshas and yakshinis are given in the Tantraraja Tantra , where it says that these beings are givers of whatever is desired.
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