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  1. Sanjusangen-do

    Sanjusangen-do

    Sanjūsangen-dō (三十三間堂, thirty-three ken hall) is a Buddhist temple of the Tendai sect in the Higashiyama district of Kyoto.
  2. Sanjusangen-do

    Sanjusangen-do

    Sanjūsangen-dō (三十三間堂, thirty-three ken hall) is a Buddhist temple of the Tendai sect in the Higashiyama district of Kyoto.
  3. Sanjusangen-do

    Sanjusangen-do

    Sanjūsangen-dō (三十三間堂, thirty-three ken hall) is a Buddhist temple of the Tendai sect in the Higashiyama district of Kyoto.
  4. Bishamon-dō

    Bishamon-dō

    Bishamon-dō Temple (毘沙門堂門跡) is a temple of the Tendai School of Buddhism just over the Higashiyama Mountains from Kyoto in the suburb of Yamashina. It is named Bishamondo Temple because it enshrines one of the Seven Lucky Gods, Bishamonten.
  5. Bishamon-dō

    Bishamon-dō

    Bishamon-dō Temple (毘沙門堂門跡) is a temple of the Tendai School of Buddhism just over the Higashiyama Mountains from Kyoto in the suburb of Yamashina. It is named Bishamondo Temple because it enshrines one of the Seven Lucky Gods, Bishamonten.
  6. Bishamon-dō

    Bishamon-dō

    Bishamon-dō Temple (毘沙門堂門跡) is a temple of the Tendai School of Buddhism just over the Higashiyama Mountains from Kyoto in the suburb of Yamashina. It is named Bishamondo Temple because it enshrines one of the Seven Lucky Gods, Bishamonten.
  7. Bishamon-dō

    Bishamon-dō

    Bishamon-dō Temple (毘沙門堂門跡) is a temple of the Tendai School of Buddhism just over the Higashiyama Mountains from Kyoto in the suburb of Yamashina. It is named Bishamondo Temple because it enshrines one of the Seven Lucky Gods, Bishamonten.
  8. Bishamon-dō

    Bishamon-dō

    Bishamon-dō Temple (毘沙門堂門跡) is a temple of the Tendai School of Buddhism just over the Higashiyama Mountains from Kyoto in the suburb of Yamashina. It is named Bishamondo Temple because it enshrines one of the Seven Lucky Gods, Bishamonten.
  9. Bishamon-dō

    Bishamon-dō

    Bishamon-dō Temple (毘沙門堂門跡) is a temple of the Tendai School of Buddhism just over the Higashiyama Mountains from Kyoto in the suburb of Yamashina. It is named Bishamondo Temple because it enshrines one of the Seven Lucky Gods, Bishamonten.
  10. Bishamon-dō

    Bishamon-dō

    Bishamon-dō Temple (毘沙門堂門跡) is a temple of the Tendai School of Buddhism just over the Higashiyama Mountains from Kyoto in the suburb of Yamashina. It is named Bishamondo Temple because it enshrines one of the Seven Lucky Gods, Bishamonten.
  11. Bishamon-dō

    Bishamon-dō

    Bishamon-dō Temple (毘沙門堂門跡) is a temple of the Tendai School of Buddhism just over the Higashiyama Mountains from Kyoto in the suburb of Yamashina. It is named Bishamondo Temple because it enshrines one of the Seven Lucky Gods, Bishamonten.
  12. Hokai-ji Temple

    Temple Hokai-ji Temple

    Hōkai-ji (宝戒寺), formally known as Kinryūzan Shakuman-in Endon Hōkai-ji (金龍山釈満院円頓宝戒寺), is a Buddhist temple of the Tendai school located in the Komachi district of Kamakura. It is also known as Hagidera (萩寺) as it is famous for the vast number of bush clover (hagi) blooming in its gardens in...
  13. Hokaiji

    Hokaiji

    Hōkai-ji (宝戒寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Tendai school located in Kamakura which enshrines the souls of some 870 Hōjō clan members who committed suicide at the nearby Tōshō-ji in 1333.
  14. Hokaiji

    Hokaiji

    Hōkai-ji (宝戒寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Tendai school located in Kamakura which enshrines the souls of some 870 Hōjō clan members who committed suicide at the nearby Tōshō-ji in 1333.
  15. Hokaiji

    Hokaiji

    Hōkai-ji (宝戒寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Tendai school located in Kamakura which enshrines the souls of some 870 Hōjō clan members who committed suicide at the nearby Tōshō-ji in 1333.
  16. Hokaiji

    Hokaiji

    Hōkai-ji (宝戒寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Tendai school located in Kamakura which enshrines the souls of some 870 Hōjō clan members who committed suicide at the nearby Tōshō-ji in 1333.
  17. Hokaiji

    Hokaiji

    Hōkai-ji (宝戒寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Tendai school located in Kamakura which enshrines the souls of some 870 Hōjō clan members who committed suicide at the nearby Tōshō-ji in 1333.
  18. Hokaiji

    Hokaiji

    Hōkai-ji (宝戒寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Tendai school located in Kamakura which enshrines the souls of some 870 Hōjō clan members who committed suicide at the nearby Tōshō-ji in 1333.
  19. Hokaiji

    Hokaiji

    Hōkai-ji (宝戒寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Tendai school located in Kamakura which enshrines the souls of some 870 Hōjō clan members who committed suicide at the nearby Tōshō-ji in 1333.
  20. Hokaiji

    Hokaiji

    Hōkai-ji (宝戒寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Tendai school located in Kamakura which enshrines the souls of some 870 Hōjō clan members who committed suicide at the nearby Tōshō-ji in 1333.
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