The Kofukuji or Thomeizan Kofukuji (Japanese: 東明山興福寺, Tōmeizan Kōfuku-ji) is an Buddhist temple of the Ōbaku school of Zen established in 1624 in Nagasaki, Japan. It is an important cultural asset designated by the government.
Its Mazu Hall (Masu-do) or Bodhisattva Hall (Bosa-do) is one of the few temples located in Japan of the Chinese sea goddess known as Mazu, the deified form of the medieval Fujianese shamaness Lin Moniang (Chinese: 林默孃).
- Official site. (in Japanese) & (in English)
- "Kōfuku-ji" at Nagasaki University (in Japanese)
- "Toumeizan Koufukuji" (in Japanese)
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