Zuiryū-ji (Gifu)

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Zuiryuji Temple Gifu 01.JPG
Entrance to Zuiryo-ji
Denomination Rinzai sect
Founded 1468
Address 19 Tera-machi, Gifu, Gifu Prefecture
Country Japan
Website Zuiryo-ji

Zuiryū-ji (瑞龍寺?) is a Buddhist temple of the Rinzai sect built in Mino Province (modern-day Gifu, Gifu Prefecture, Japan). It is a branch temple of Myōshin-ji in Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan.

After entering the main gate there are six temples: three are located on the left of the main path and three are on the right. The graves of Saitō Myōchin and Toki Shigeyori are also located on the compound.

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  • For an explanation of terms concerning Japanese Buddhism, Japanese Buddhist art, and Japanese Buddhist temple architecture, see the Glossary of Japanese Buddhism.

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Coordinates: 35°25′10.98″N 136°46′1.26″E / 35.4197167°N 136.7670167°E / 35.4197167; 136.7670167