Kita-in Buddhist Temple in Kawagoe, Japan is thought to have begun when the monk Ennin founded Muryoju Temple in 830 A.D. It was burned down during fighting in 1205, and was rebuilt in 1296 by the monk Sonkai. Then Emperor Gofushimi made it head of the Tendai Sect temples in east Japan in 1300. Kita-in became the main temple of the three-temple complex after Tenkai became the head monk in 1599.

〒350-0036 Saitama, Kawagoe, Kosenbamachi, 1 Chome−20−1

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