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  1. Zuisenji

    Zuisenji

    Kinbyōzan Zuisen-ji (錦屏山瑞泉寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Rinzai sect in Nikaidō's Momijigayatsu Valley in Kamakura.
  2. Zuisenji

    Zuisenji

    Kinbyōzan Zuisen-ji (錦屏山瑞泉寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Rinzai sect in Nikaidō's Momijigayatsu Valley in Kamakura.
  3. Zuisenji

    Zuisenji

    Kinbyōzan Zuisen-ji (錦屏山瑞泉寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Rinzai sect in Nikaidō's Momijigayatsu Valley in Kamakura.
  4. Zuisenji

    Zuisenji

    Kinbyōzan Zuisen-ji (錦屏山瑞泉寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Rinzai sect in Nikaidō's Momijigayatsu Valley in Kamakura.
  5. Zuisenji

    Zuisenji

    Kinbyōzan Zuisen-ji (錦屏山瑞泉寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Rinzai sect in Nikaidō's Momijigayatsu Valley in Kamakura.
  6. Zuisenji

    Zuisenji

    Kinbyōzan Zuisen-ji (錦屏山瑞泉寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Rinzai sect in Nikaidō's Momijigayatsu Valley in Kamakura.
  7. Zuisenji

    Zuisenji

    Kinbyōzan Zuisen-ji (錦屏山瑞泉寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Rinzai sect in Nikaidō's Momijigayatsu Valley in Kamakura.
  8. Zuisenji

    Zuisenji

    Kinbyōzan Zuisen-ji (錦屏山瑞泉寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Rinzai sect in Nikaidō's Momijigayatsu Valley in Kamakura.
  9. Zuisenji

    Zuisenji

    Kinbyōzan Zuisen-ji (錦屏山瑞泉寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Rinzai sect in Nikaidō's Momijigayatsu Valley in Kamakura.
  10. Zuisenji

    Zuisenji

    Kinbyōzan Zuisen-ji (錦屏山瑞泉寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Rinzai sect in Nikaidō's Momijigayatsu Valley in Kamakura.
  11. Zuisenji

    Zuisenji

    Kinbyōzan Zuisen-ji (錦屏山瑞泉寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Rinzai sect in Nikaidō's Momijigayatsu Valley in Kamakura.
  12. Eihei-ji Temple

    Travel Eihei-ji Temple

    Eihei-ji (永平寺), the "Temple of Eternal Peace", officially known as Daihonzan Eihei-ji (大本山永平寺), is located in Fukui Prefecture, about 15 km east of Fukui City. It is one of the two main temples (大本山 daihonzan) of the Sōtō School (曹洞宗 Sōtō-shū) of Zen Buddhism. The other head temple is Sōji-ji...
  13. Sengakuji Temple

    Travel Sengakuji Temple

    Sengaku-ji (泉岳寺) is a Sōtō Zen Buddhist temple located in Minato-ku, Tōkyō, close to Sengakuji Station on Toei Asakusa Line and Shinagawa Station. The temple is famous because of its association with the Akō-gishi (the Forty-Seven Rōnin) who rest in the temple precinct along with their master...
  14. Sengakuji

    Sengakuji

    Sengakuji (泉岳寺): the Akogishi Kinenkan, a small museum with artefacts on the history of the Akogishi, the 47 ronin.
  15. Sengakuji

    Sengakuji

    Sengakuji (泉岳寺), the temple where the bodies of the 47 ronin rest: the bonsho (bell) and the shoro (bellfry) of the temple, constructed in 1913. The bell sounds during the morning zazen and in the evening when the gate is closed. The original bell that was used during the Edo and the Meiji...
  16. Sengakuji

    Sengakuji

    Sengakuji (泉岳寺), the temple where the bodies of the 47 ronin rest: here the main hall of the temple (hon-dō).
  17. Sengakuji

    Sengakuji

    Sengakuji (泉岳寺), the temple where the bodies of the 47 ronin rest: here a statue of Kōdō Sawaki (沢木興道), one of the most influential Sōtō Zen masters of the 20th century who revitalised Zazen practice for laymen.
  18. Sengakuji

    Sengakuji

    Sengakuji (泉岳寺), the temple where the bodies of the 47 ronin rest: here the main hall of the temple (hon-dō).
  19. Sengakuji

    Sengakuji

    Sengakuji (泉岳寺), the temple where the bodies of the 47 ronin rest: here the nameplate at the main entrance of the temple read from right to left.
  20. Sengakuji

    Sengakuji

    Sengakuji (泉岳寺), the temple where the bodies of the 47 ronin rest: here the view of the main hall through the main gate.
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