Myōhō–ji

in Kamakura-shi, Japan



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Japan, 〒248-0007 Kanagawa-ken, Kamakura-shi, Ōmachi, 4 Chome−7, 妙法寺
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N35° 18' 46.48" E139° 33' 32.77"   (35.312911111111, 139.55910277778)
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Ryōgonzan Renge-in Myōhō-ji (楞厳山蓮華院妙法寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Nichiren sect in Kamakura, Kanagawa, Japan. It is one of a group of three built near the site in Matsubagayatsu, or the Valley of Pine Needles (松葉ヶ谷), where Nichiren, founder of the Buddhist sect that bears his name, is supposed to have had his hut. The temple has also close ties with Prince Morinaga and the Imperial House.

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Myōhō–ji

Address: Japan, 〒248-0007 Kanagawa-ken, Kamakura-shi, Ōmachi, 4 Chome−7, 妙法寺
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