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Japan, 〒405-0011 Yamanashi-ken, Yamanashi-shi, Sangasho, 清白寺
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Seihaku-ji (清白寺) is a Myōshin-ji Rinzai school Zen temple in Yamanashi, Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan. It is said to have been founded in 1333 after a dream by Ashikaga Takauji. The temple was seriously damaged by fire in 1682.
The Butsuden (仏殿) of 1415, a 3x3 bay structure with mokoshi, was designated a National Treasure in 1955. Its precise construction date was learned from items found during dismantling for repairs in 1917. Its ranma (欄間) was damaged by the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake.
The kuri (庫裏) of 1689-93 is representative of Edo period priests' quarters in the region and was designated an Important Cultural Property in 2005.


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Address: Japan, 〒405-0011 Yamanashi-ken, Yamanashi-shi, Sangasho, 清白寺