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Categories: Zen stubs, Buttsū-ji temples, Buddhist temples in Hiroshima Prefecture, Japanese religious building and structure stubs, 1390s establishments in Japan
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Buttsū-ji  Buttsu-ji  Buttsuji
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Buttsū-ji is a Buddhist temple head one of fourteen autonomous branches of the Rinzai school of Zen Buddhism, founded in 1397 by the lord of Mihara; Kobayakawa Haruhira; its first Abbot was Buttoku Daitsu Zenji. Wikipedia
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Buttsū-ji is a Buddhist temple head one of fourteen autonomous branches of the Rinzai school of Zen Buddhism, founded in 1397 by the lord of Mihara; Kobayakawa Haruhira; its first Abbot was Buttoku Daitsu Zenji. Wikipedia
Buddhist temple in Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan Wikidata
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