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Jokomyo-ji

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Jokomyo-ji
浄光明寺 Jokomyo-ji

    A temple in Kamakura, Japan, built in 1251 by Hojo Nagatoki, later the sixth regent of the Kamakura shogunate.

The first chief priest was Shin'a, and the doctrines of the True Word (Shingon), Tendai, Zen, and Precepts (Ritsu) schools were studied there.

Later it became a temple of the True Word school.

Source

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