Chōhō-ji

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Sanshinzan Taisan-ji
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Main hall
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Denomination Tendai
Founded 1000
Founder(s) Shōkū (性空)
Address 689, Shimotsu-cho-kami, Kainan, Wakayama 649-0164
Country Japan
Website http://www.chohoji.or.jp//

The Sanshinzan Chōhō-ji (長保寺?) is a temple of the Tendai sect in Kainan, Wakayama Prefecture, Japan. It was established by Emperor Ichijō's instruction in 1000.

Chōhō-ji's Main Hall, Pagoda and Daimon are National Treasure of Japan.

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Coordinates: 34°06′33″N 135°09′56″E / 34.10917°N 135.16556°E / 34.10917; 135.16556