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|Location||624 Kōzeki, Mobara, Chiba Prefecture|
Nyoirin-ji (如意輪寺) is a Buddhist temple located in the city of Mobara in Chiba Prefecture. Nyoirin-ji is a Nichiren Buddhist temple noted for its ancient ginkgo tree. The temple is also near the remains of the Tonoyatsu Castle.
Nyoirin-ji was built approximately 1,000 years ago by a Shingon Buddhist priest. In 1470 the temple was transferred to the Kempon Hokke-shū sect of Nichiren Buddhism by Sadataka Sakai (1435 - 15220) of the Sakai clan, castle lord of nearby Kazusa Castle. The hondō of Nyoirin-ji was constructed in 1711 after the previous structure was destroyed by fire.
- 如意輪寺 (Home site of Nyoirin-ji) (in Japanese)
- 如意輪寺 (in Japanese)