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Hōkō-ji is the name of a number of Buddhist temples in Japan, including:
- Hōkō-ji (Kyoto) (方広寺?), a Tendai temple in Kyoto
- Hōkō-ji (Shizuoka) (方広寺?), a Rinzai temple in Shizuoka Prefecture
- Hōkō-ji (法興寺?), Another name for Asuka-dera; see also Gangō-ji
- Hōkō-ji (蜂岡寺?, usually pronounced "Hachioka-dera"), an archaic name for Kōryū-ji, a Shingon temple in Kyoto
Other Japanese temples named "Hōkō-ji" include:
- Hōkō-ji (法光寺?) in Miki City, Hyōgo Prefecture dates from the 7th century
- Hōkō-ji (放光寺?) in Enzan, Yamanashi Prefecture dates from the 12th century
- Hōkō-ji (法光寺?) near Kamogawa, Chiba Prefecture dates from the 13th century
Temples named "Hōkō-ji" in the United States include:
- Hōkō-ji (Taos) in Taos County, New Mexico
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