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I suggest that this page should be moved to Confucius Shrine, Nagasaki (or similar page). The reason is that Temples of Confucius, Confucius Shrines, etc. are not unique to Nagasaki. Theoretically, this page should carry a general introduction to Confucian Shrines, which is already found at Temple of Confucius, rather than the description of one specific Confucian shrine.
Back on 24 February 2011, I added the category "Enclaves and Exclaves" to this article but it was undone immediately by Chipmunkdavis who said "Extraterritorial rights are not enclaves or exclaves". But there do appear to be numerous references to this shrine being genuinely Chinese territory, not just 'under Chinese control' (i.e. 'extraterritorial', as e.g. an embassy would be - although, confusingly, the territory is administered by the Chinese embassy in Tokyo). I've not been able to find anything truly authoritative, however, in either English or Japanese. Maybe someone with better research skills, or fluent in Chinese, or based in Nagasaki can find the truth and provide a reference? Ozaru (talk) 08:57, 4 August 2014 (UTC)