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Daitoku-ji

Listed under Temples in Osaka, Japan.

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'Daitokuji is the head temple of the Rinzai sect's Daitokuji school within Japanese Zen Buddhism and is considered one of the best places to experience Zen in Japan. Daitokuji is surrounded by many subtemples, which together form a kind of temple village.'

Japan Guide.

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