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Kofukuji Temple, Nagasaki

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#11 of 111 in Historic Sites in Nagasaki
Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
The Kofukuji or Thomeizan Kofukuji is an Obaku Zen Buddhist temple established in 1624 in Nagasaki, Japan. It is an important cultural asset designated by the government.
Its Mazu Hall or Bodhisattva Hall is one of the few temples of the Chinese sea goddess Mazu, the deified form of the medieval Fujianese shamaness Lin Moniang, located in Japan.
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  • Beautiful temple with interesting inner worship hall. You can also enjoy a lovely and authentic green tea service!  more »
  • Kofukuji, which belongs to Obaku sect, is a temple with full of Chinese atmosphere. Buildings and gates are painted in red, and that is obviously different from traditional Japanese temples. Although....  more »
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  • Beautiful place for ringing in the New year
  • A very small shrine in the midst of residential house.
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