Kongō Jōdaranikyō (金剛場陀羅尼経 "Dhāraṇī of the Adamantine Place"?) is a Japanese sūtra of the Vajrayana school of Buddhism. Copied by the priest Hōrin in 686, it is the oldest hand-copied sūtra in Japan and is designated as a national treasure. Hōrin based his copy on the original by Jñānagupta (523-600).
- Kawase, Kazuma; Hisaji Okazaki (2001). Shoshigaku Nyūmon (in Japanese). Tōkyō: Yūshōdō Shuppan. p. 164. ISBN 4-8419-0290-2.
- Matsumura, Akira (1995). Daijirin: 2nd edition (in Japanese). Tōkyō: Sanseidō. p. 958. ISBN 4-385-14009-X.
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